OpenPOWER Foundation - OpenPOWER General Information
The OpenPOWER Foundation is a collaboration around Power ISA-based community.
The goal is to enable the ecosystem to build computing solutions with their own customization.
The Foundation is a non-profit serving its member entities and the open developer community for the POWER architecture.
The OpenPOWER Foundation also releases Documentation, Specifications, References on the POWER Architecture.
The main git repositories are hosted on https://git.openpower.foundation running Open Source Technology on POWER based hardware.
We maintain public repository mirrors with GitHub, and GitLab for user convenience, however some repositories may only exists on OPF Git.
For members, please use your OPF Passport to log into https://git.openpower.foundation/.
For non-members, you can interact through GitHub, GitLab, or OPF Git, using your existing credentials.
Non-Mirrored Repository List
- OpenPOWER Public Website : Public Website Repository (https://openpowerfoundation.org or https://openpower.foundation)
Mirrored Repository List
- OpenPOWER Listing Repository : OpenPOWER Foundation General Information & Repository Listing (This repository)
LPC Peripheral : This is an LPC peripheral that implements LPC IO and FW cycles so that it can boot a host like a POWER9. This peripheral would typically sit inside a BMC SoC.
AC922 Interposer DC-SCM v1.0 : The purpose of this design is to enable the AC922 to accept a DC-SCM v1.0 hardware management module. This enables AC922 as a development platform for DC-SCM development and test.
Microwatt : A tiny Open POWER ISA softcore written in VHDL 2008
A2O Core : The A2O core was a follow-on to A2I, written in Verilog, and supported a lower thread count than A2I, but higher performance per thread, using out-of-order execution (register renaming, reservation stations, completion buffer) and a store queue
A2I Core : The A2I core was used as the general purpose processor for BlueGene/Q, the successor to BlueGene/L and BlueGene/P supercomputers
A2P Core : An experimental small core based on VexRiscv, written in Scala
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