India’s first indigenous 64-bit microprocessor was designed and made by them as a safe equipment for the nation’s key areas supplanting existing foreign imposing business model.
“The source codes of all the components of SHAKTI are open-sourced under the 3 part BSD license of University of California at Berkeley and will be royalty and patent-free, which means anyone can use, modify and distribute the code as long as it meets the license terms,” Arjun Menon, one of the lead architects of the design programme told Indian Science Journal.
India as of late had its first indigenously developed open-source processor as Shakti. which is building generation grade processors and related parts like interconnect fabrics, verification tools, storage controls and peripheral IPs.
It is presently ready to run one instruction for every clock cycle and at rates between 70-120MHz, yet they hope to accomplish 400-500 MHz check speeds in the following upgrade. It’s based on a 180nm innovation, however, that will in the end be knocked up to 65nm.
According to the report, the researcher are intending to utilize AJIT in the receivers being produced for NAVIC or The Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System, an indigenous navigation system for the Indian subcontinent.
The two ventures have been financed by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeiTY) Government of India. The researchers anticipate that, when they’re ready to fabricate it in mass, AJIT will cost as meager as Rs 100. Also, that ought to occur in only the following year or two.