Peter Clarke, EE Times(01/25/2006 4:05 PM EST) LONDON
— Recore Systems BV
is a startup company formed by researchers into reconfigurable technology at the University of Twente at Enschede. Recore (Enschede, The Netherlands) was founded by Paul Heysters, Gerard Rauwerda and Lodewijk Smit, late in 2005 but it has already signed up Atmel Corp. as a licensee according to an online report.
Atmel is said to be working on a chip for digital radio that makes use of four of Recore’s Montium processor tiles, according to a Bits and Chips report that could be found here when this story was first posted
The Montium processor is based on coarse-grained reconfigurable technology developed by the three founders while studying at the university. The technology includes, besides a processing core, other hardware modules, program development tools and application designs. The program development tools for the Montium core comprise the Synsation compiler, the Simsation simulator and the Insation editor.
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