Thales And IIIT-Delhi Sign An MoU On Open Hardware Research And Development
These systems will bring value to applications in areas such as edge computing, smart manufacturing, defence and space.
Thales and IIIT-Delhi today signed an agreement for collaborative research and development in the field of Open Hardware and other allied subjects. The collaboration will enable the co-development of complex microprocessor architectures and multi-core processing systems using configurations available with the RISC-V open ISA specification. These systems will bring value to applications in areas such as edge computing, smart manufacturing, defence and space.
Through this association, Thales and IIIT-Delhi will collaboratively address safety issues in designing processors and embedded software for critical applications using an open-source hardware approach. The activities will commence from August 2021 and will be carried out in phases.
Thales seeks to foster innovation and develop an ecosystem for scientific and industrial research by partnering with world-leading universities. In India, Thales has formed partnerships with the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, Bombay and Delhi.
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