Ubicom32 and Ubi32

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Ubicom32 and Ubi32 architecture

The Ubicom32 architecure was developed by Ubicom, Inc., founded in 1996 as Scenix, Semiconductor, Inc.  In 2012, Qualcomm acquired Ubicom and it became part of Qualcomm Atheros.  Recent versions of the processor architecture are called Ubi32.

The processor has an efficient multi-threaded RISC architecture, well suited to routers, streaming media, and networking devices.

Ubicom32 Software

A number of SoC processors were produced by Ubicom, Inc., including the IP8000 (aka IP8K), used in the Western Digital N900 router. 

GNU Tool chain for Ubicom32v2-v6 architecture (including IP8000 processor).

OpenWRT for Ubicom32 IP8000 processor.

Ubi32 Software

The Ubi32 processor is used internally by Qualcomm Atheros.

GNU Tool chain for Ubi32 architecture.

GNU Debugger for Ubi32 architecture.

QEMU Simulator for Ubi32 architecture.

Licenses

The source code available for download from Code Aurora may be covered by one or more different licenses. The files in Code Aurora may contain changes and additions on top of the code from the original source. These changes and additions are covered under the same license as the original source. In many cases, the license is explicitly listed at the beginning of the file. A list of licenses is included for reference purposes only.

The open source licenses used by the Ubicom32/Ubi32 project include the following:

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