Flexible OS for Flexible Hardware

4817557234_026738d99f_oBORPH is an operating system designed for FPGA-based hardwares. It is basically a Linux kernel that is able to spawn what is known as hardware processes, thus executing in hardware.

The develoment is done at Berkley, and the name of the OS, BORPH, reads Berkley Operating System for ReProgrammable Hardware. For more information, either visit the project wiki, or the offical website.

via OsNews.

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