Adapteva’s open-source Parallela supercomputing development board based on the Xilinx Zynq SoC, was a Kickstarter project that raised $898,921 in late 2012. Adapteva says it has now shipped more than 10,000 boards. Applications for this board include:
- Parallel computing (programming, teaching, methods)
- HPC (high-performance computing) applications
- SDR (software-defined radio)
- Robotics/Drones/Computer Vision
- Artificial Intelligence
- FPGA Research
The Parallela board includes a Zynq Z7010 SoC and an Adapteva Epiphany multicore processor chip with 16 parallel computing cores.