European Processor
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Innovative Technology
General Purpose processor development
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partnership agreement
in European low-power



European independence in High Performance Computing Processor Technologies

EU Exascale machine based on EU processor by 2023

Based on solid, long-term economic model, Go beyond HPC market

Address the needs of European industry (car manufacturing market)



High Performance Computing needs for Exascale machines beyond 2022

Connected mobility & Autonomous Driving computing needs beyond 2023

Low power CPU needs for Servers and Cloud

Other markets under exploration (Server and Cloud)



Strengthening the competitiveness and leadership of European industry and science

European microprocessor technology with drastically better performance/power ratios

Tackling important segments of broader and/or emerging HPC and Big-Data markets




EPI Live

@technomorous No problem🙃
14/10/2021 7:05 am
@technomorous Hello, we are working on it! 🙃 We expect it to soon be up and running. Also, we'll let you know here when it is done!
05/10/2021 11:10 am
@technomorous Hello and sorry for the wait! 🙃 Our RSS feed is here:
13/10/2021 11:38 am
.@SIPEARL_SAS opens design center in Grenoble ⬇
29/09/2021 12:35 pm
Great talk from @Calista_Redmond (@risc_v) with The New Stack during the Open Summit 2021 event! 💪 EPI project and the work that we have been doing were also mentioned in the presentation. 📢 Full presentation is here ➡️
08/10/2021 8:43 am

EPI EPAC1.0 RISC-V Test Chip Samples Delivered

Another step closer to demonstrate the capabilities of a RISC-V based European microprocessor The European Processor Initiative (EPI), a project with 28 partners from 10 European countries, with the goal of making EU achieve independence in HPC chip technologies and HPC infrastructure, is proud to announce that EPAC1.0 RISC-V Test Chip samples were delivered […]
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