Dreamchip Siddhi and SiddhiLite - Synthetic Processor and SoC Platforms
More than 300 Million Children in India and double that number around the world take a heavy backpack full of text books and note books to school each year. Can we reduce that load ?
Siddhi E-Reader Reference Design
A book reader tablet optimized for students from 2nd-10 th grade retailing at Rs.1800 bundled with e-books and direct DC charge from Solar !
Siddhi E-Reader Powered by Dreamchip Siddhi Synthetic Processor
Globally micro-processor technologies have evolved through 4 phases -
Generation- 1 Hard Chip
Generation- 2 Soft or Hard Core
Generation- 3 Configurable Core
Generation- 4 Synthetic Processor
A Synthetic Processor is automatically synthesized to fit the needs of a specific application - improving performance, yield and reducing cost and power consumption.
Who Is Developing It ?
Dreamchip Electronics Private Limited in partnership with our System Design Automation partner Sankhya Technologies Private Limited
Can We Have Samples ?
Reference samples of Siddhi E-Reader implemented using Siddhi Lite will be available for evaluation by March 2014.
Can I Use Synthetic Processor for Other Applications ?
Yes, Set-Top-Boxes, Industrial Control (PLCs) to High Performance Computing - Synthetic Processors, SoCs and NoCs can be used for a wide-range of applications either over an FPGA platform (or) through a application optimized Silicon Chip based on volumes.
Can I Use Siddhi Now ?
Siddhi-Lite is expected to be available for evaluation starting December 01, 2013 - complete with 32-Bit Synthetic RISC Processor, VGA RGB Display Driver, DRAM Controller and Flash Controller for FPGA development.
Dreamchip Vani (Siddhi + Audio/Video Processors) and Sandesh (Vani + Comunications Processor) expected to be available by April 2014 (FPGA based development kits).
Dreamchip Siddhi SoCs (Test Chips) over 40nm Silicon expected to be available for pre-registered customers during 2014.
Register Your Requirement
You may register before December 31, 2013