ASPIDA - Asynchronous open-Source Processor Ip of the Dlx Architecture

The global objective of this project was to demonstrate the feasibility of designing and delivering asynchronous Open IPs in a portable, re-usable manner. This work targeted an asynchronous open-source, open-IP-interface-ready processor implementation. The key measures for success were the feasibility of implementing the processor into a given technology, the satisfiability of IP specification requirements of Open IP or IP Standardization consortia (such as the VSI Alliance or OpenCores) and the delivery of a documented, repeatable procedure for designing and certifying an asynchronous core.

Class International project
Status Completed (30/06/2006)
Type European Research Projects
Lenght 36 months

Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (Greece)

  • Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (Greece)
  • IHP GMBH - Innovations for High Performance Microelectronics / Institut Fuer Innovative Mikroelektronik (Germany)
  • The Victoria University of Manchester (Uk)
Budget 1.3 millions euros
Web site ASPIDA project website