XUM Web Documentation Page
This page hosts all code, documentation, tutorials, and tools related to XUM: the eXtensible Utah Multicore Project.
XUM is a multicore research platform with a broad scope. Deliverables range from RTL hardware models to multicore
applications. It provides a well supported open-source system for multicore research.
- Vishal Sharma
- Kevin Avery
- Ganesh Gopalakrishnan (faculty advisor) - email@example.com
- Grant Ayers - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chris Derrick - email@example.com
- Ben Meakin - firstname.lastname@example.org
- 12-Sep-2012: XUM Version 2.0 is released.
This is a major release for the XUM project and constitutes new designs and features
for almost all of the project. The download link contains everything needed to
build a MIPS32 single core, a XUM Multicore with Network-on-Chip, several
hardware drivers, a compiler toolchain, software demos, and documentation. Enjoy!
- 27-Jul-2012: A XUM Snapshot
is now available. It has everything that is needed to build a MIPS32 XUM core,
compiler toolchain, and software to run on the XUM core on an FPGA.
- 1-Jul-2012: The XUM project has undergone extensive development and
tuning since 2010. The project is gearing up for a major release in fall 2012!
The following releases of XUM are currently available for download.
- Download Version 2.0 - .tar.bz2
- Download Version 1.0 - .tar.bz2
- SVN Repository (contact email@example.com for access to repo) - svn://proof.cs.utah.edu/XUM/
All papers and other reference documents are provided in this section.
Gauss Research Group
School of Computing
University of Utah
Webpage created May 2010