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    sepheronx sepheronx
    02.01.1522:16:44

    I would certainly buy this. Now, MCST needs to release a competitor to Raspberry Pi, like a Pico ITX motherboard with the Elbrus 1C onboard, and I would buy a large portion of them to build routers, small NAS' and media center’s.

    This product is specifically what the Elbrus processors were designed for. Workstation, Server and Industrial use.

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      Нет аватара checkpoint
      03.01.1501:32:18

      There’s one already based on К1879ХБ1Я which is a highly integrated ARM11 based SoC with DSP and stuff by НТЦ «Модуль». It’s only 324MHz though fast enough for real-time video encoding/decoding. There’s a small computer MB77.07 based on this SoC, avaiable for less than $100. I had been trying one some time ago — neat stuff. It runs Linux.

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        sepheronx sepheronx
        03.01.1502:04:05

        My understanding of that is the ARM chip is from Fujitsu Japan. I am talking of Elbrus 1C made in Russia. The Elbrus 1C would dominate ARM proc in hard number crunching.

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          Нет аватара checkpoint
          03.01.1502:43:36

          Well, you have been talking about small PCs like Raspberry Pi for embedded applications like routes, TV sets, fridges and microwaves. Number crunching is not an issue for this domain, using Elbrus is this case might be shooting from a gun on sparrows, besides it’s still quite some power hungry (nothing comparing to Intel’s Core Ix of course).

          As for the К1879ХБ1Я SoC by Модуль, it has many IP modules inside licensed from a number of different suppliers, except DSP which is Модуль’s breakthrough solution. It is targeted solely at consumer electronics where price matters, so it’s being produced on Taiwanese TSMC fab, AFAIK.

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