Their (kalray's) focus seems to me on signal processing.... not robotics at first, although in modern robotics a lot of processing is needed.
Do the flyers you got show more than on the website?
Anyway, I am also interested in these flyers...
On 16 Mar 2013, at 14:06 , Anne van Rossum wrote:
What would be the benefit over a teraflop GPU (combined with e.g. a dataflow paradigm such as SystemC) except for power consumption? I'm in robotics, so I can appreciate it, if the only benefit IS actually the power consumption. :-)
In the movie they call their Eclipse plugin Sigma-C, perhaps that's what you heard.
On Sat, Mar 16, 2013 at 1:00 PM, Herman Roebbers
Hi Øyvind, Adrian,
I had a talk with of their people at the stand. I noticed that the website talks about DataFlow Programming.
At the stand I got the name Signal-C. There are some folders.
If I remember correctly a board with 1 chip is around EUR 100.
They have a workstation containing one or more boards including software for about EUR 10000.
I have some flyers at work, that I could scan and email to you.
I couldn't find a data sheet, so pretty hard to evaluate. But it looks
interesting. I didn't see an evaluation board either, so presumably they
haven't quite got a real product yet?
Sent: Saturday, March 16, 2013 9:40 AM
Subject: Re: Anybody seen this?
I couldn't find a page aith "Signal-C"? Do you have a link?
I visited their stand at Embedded World.
Manycore MIMD processing with synchronous communication in “Signal-C”.
Much like transputing with many (256+) cores on one chip.
Looks very interesting, and is not really expensive.