October 10, 2006
-- Gaisler Research and University of Bergen (Norway) signs license agreement for the use of the Fault Tolerant LEON3 processor in the Sir-2 instrument. The Sir-2
instrument is a near infrared spectrometer chosen to be a payload on the Indian Chandrayaan-1
– We are proud to announce this agreement as this will be yet another important design win for the Fault Tolerant LEON 3 processor. The LEON3-FT is rapidly gaining market share and is now the processor of choice in most future satellites, says Per Danielsson, President and CEO of Gaisler Research
The fault tolerant LEON3 processor in combination with the radiation tolerant ACTEL RTAX2000S FPGA presents a competitive alternative to the processors currently used by the space industry. The processor is offered in standard configurations, including a floating point unit and either MIL-STD-1553, CAN or SpaceWire bus interfaces. The LEON3 on the RTAX2000S FPGA gives a performance which is higher than most space qualified processors currently available at a very competitive price. About Gaisler Research AB
Gaisler Research AB is a provider of SoC solutions for exceptionally competitive markets such as Aerospace, Military and demanding Commercial applications. The Gaisler Research's products consist of user-customizable 32-bit SPARC V8 processor cores, peripheral IP-cores and associated software and development tools. Gaisler Research solutions help companies develop highly competitive customer and application-specific SoC designs.