XCore Architecture is an instruction set architecture created in 2007. The XCore Architecture is a 32-bit RISC microprocessor architecture designed by XMOS. The architecture is designed to be used in multi-core processors for embedded systems. Each XCore executes up to eight concurrent threads, each thread having its own register set, and the architecture directly supports inter-thread and inter-core communication and various forms of thread scheduling. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the XCore Architecture wikipedia page
- XCore Architecture first appeared in 2007
- See also: csp
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Last updated June 22nd, 2020