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The Parallella project will make parallel computing accessible to everyone.
The Parallella project will make parallel computing accessible to everyone.
The Parallella project will make parallel computing accessible to everyone.
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4,965 backers pledged $898,921 to help bring this project to life.

64-Core Reward

The 64-core reward has been added as a selection.  Note that the 64-core version at $199 is only possible if we reach our stretch goal of $3M.  If we don't, the reward defaults to a pair of 16-core version boards. 

Here is the reward in detail:

64-CORE: You get everything in the SUPPORTER reward and a 64-core Epiphany-IV based Parallella board (2 ARM cores and 64 Epiphany cores) if we reach our stretch goal of $3M. If we don't reach our stretch goal but meet our minimum funding goal, you will receive a pair of Epiphany III boards (2 ARM cores and 16 Epiphany cores). Both boards come loaded with the development software needed to create your own innovative projects. (International order should add $20 to the pledge amount).

Best wishes,

The Adapteva Team

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    1. Kevin Thompson on

      @Liad .. words of wisdom : re: Facebook and Linkin
      The only time I ever come to KickStarter, is when I see it on Facebook .. or if an associate points me at it.

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      Liad Weinberger on

      @Adapteva, one more thing, you should really promote this more on LinkedIn, and Facebook as some people suggested, in relevant interest groups (parallel computing groups, image processing and vision groups, low-latency trading groups, etc.)

      I have shared a link to the project on the OpenCL group on Facebook.

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      Liad Weinberger on

      @Adapteva, at the rate the funding is going I don't see it makes your strech goal of 3M, so the whole Epiphany-III vs Epiphany-IV question isn't really an issue. Ofcourse I would be extremely happy if it became an issue, which would mean the 3M goal is near, but at that point, the fact that it's near 3M makes the whole thing a non-issue due to your 1st update. This is what I mean by confusion.

      That said, I just want to clarify that I'm not really considering lowering my pledge. In fact, I would have upped it further if I could, as I really want to see this project funded, rewards aside.

    4. Adapteva Creator on

      @Liad We apologize for our the handling of some of these rewards issues, the responses were not what we predicted. In terms of rewards, we will figure something out that should be fair for the $499 option.

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      Liad Weinberger on

      Silly as it may sound, I am now considering lowering my 519 to 219... I probably wont do it, as that would work against the goal, but ofcourse I'd prefer an Epiphany-IV based board over an Epiphany-III based one.

      To be completely honest, I'm a bit confused by your strategy in handling this issue.

    6. Jeremy Lowrey on

      Thank you! Smart move. Now my projects will be able to think for themselves.

    7. Michel on

      Ah, at last it is here! Changed my $119 to $219. Thanks.

    8. Kevin Thompson on

      Thank you @Adapteva .. increased mine to $219
      By making 64 cores a pledge, you will inspire extra confidence .. hopefully you'll get the 3 Mill.
      Even if you don't .. I will be able to do insane things to one of 2 16 cores :)

    9. Willy Rempel on

      Thanks! upped pledge

    10. pwrdwnsys on

      Great news. I have upped my pledge to $219.

    11. Sippakorn K on

      Great. I can see many more jumping from $99 pledge to this one.

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      Mayank on

      Awesome! Please create a Facebook Page So that we can like it and spread the word!