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  • Two Tux, one SoC

    2 March 2015, by MansHardware, MIPS
    The Sigma Designs SMP86xx chips contain, as discussed elsewhere, multiple CPU cores. In addition to the main CPU (a MIPS 74Kf or 24Kf), there are two MIPS 4KEc cores intended for real-time and security processing. These cores are equipped with full MMUs, and are thus perfectly capable of running a … Continue reading
  • Two Tux, one SoC

    2 March 2015, by MansHardware, MIPS
    The Sigma Designs SMP86xx chips contain, as discussed elsewhere, multiple CPU cores. In addition to the main CPU (a MIPS 74Kf or 24Kf), there are two MIPS 4KEc cores intended for real-time and security processing. These cores are equipped with full MMUs, and are thus perfectly capable of running a … Continue reading
  • Two Tux, one SoC

    2 March 2015, by MansHardware, MIPS
    The Sigma Designs SMP86xx chips contain, as discussed elsewhere, multiple CPU cores. In addition to the main CPU (a MIPS 74Kf or 24Kf), there are two MIPS 4KEc cores intended for real-time and security processing. These cores are equipped with full MMUs, and are thus perfectly capable of running a … Continue reading
  • Popcorn Hour revisited

    26 February 2015, by MansHardware
    In a previous post, I recounted my adventures with the Popcorn Hour C-200 media player. Having not given the device much thought since then, I recently decided to dust it off and see what it was really made of. This is what I found. Components The system is based on … Continue reading
  • Popcorn Hour revisited

    26 February 2015, by MansHardware
    In a previous post, I recounted my adventures with the Popcorn Hour C-200 media player. Having not given the device much thought since then, I recently decided to dust it off and see what it was really made of. This is what I found. Components The system is based on … Continue reading