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Earlier this month, OpenPOWER participated in the International Conference on Supercomputing, co-hosted by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC-BarcelonaTECH) and the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC-CNS). The conference showcased the latest research in high-performance computing systems. Included in the agenda was a dedicated Workshop on RISC-V and OpenPOWER...

By: James Kulina Executive Director, OpenPOWER Foundation This May, Antmicro announced support for the POWER ISA in Renode, its open source, multi-architecture, heterogeneous multi-core capable simulator for software development and software-hardware co-development. It’s an exciting development, as developers can now test applications based on the POWER ISA...

By: Hugh Blemings On August 20, 2019 the OpenPOWER Foundation, along with IBM, announced that the POWER ISA was to be released under an open license. You can read more about it in previous posts but the short story is that anyone is now free to build...

By Hugh Blemings, Executive Director, OpenPOWER Foundation At the OpenPOWER Foundation, creating a level of open hardware has always been one of our core values. In fact, the Foundation was created back in 2013 to encourage open innovation at a system level around POWER technologies. As...