January 15th, 2013

Yuri Panchul 1994

Официальный отчет о моей поездке по России и Украине на сайте MIPS Technologies

Наконец-то наш маркетинг в MIPS Technologies опубликовал на официальном компанейском сайте http://mips.com сокращенную версию моего отчета о поездке по России и Украине. Впрочем, хорошо, что это случилось только сейчас - все равно во все эти Рождества, Новые Года и Праздники Кванзы мой отчет все равно бы никто не читал. Итого:


MIPS is coming to the universities in Russia and Ukraine
January 15th, 2013 by Yuri Panchul

By Yuri Panchul, Staff Engineer, MIPS Technologies

MIPS Technologies is working with our partner and licensee Microchip Technology, a leading microcontroller company, to further promote the use of the MIPS® architecture to universities in Russia and Ukraine. Microchip’s PIC32 microcontroller uses the MIPS32® M4K™ core, and development boards based on the PIC32 are ideal vehicles through which students can learn about microcontroller-based system design as well as the MIPS architecture, which is used in a wide variety of digital home and networking devices. Such training can be extended in various different directions. First, students can learn about programming high-end MIPS cores used in Android™ and Linux-based systems. Another field of study is the design of the actual processor hardware. Finally, students can learn about the field of system-on-chip (SoC) design. Each of these areas is of great interest to industry colleagues I have spoken to in Russia, a country that is reinventing itself as a technology powerhouse.

Russia is a large country with a long history of scientific accomplishments. Russia launched the first man into space, and has produced numerous Nobel Prize winners. As the country continues to grow its expertise in science and technology, electronic engineering is a field that is exploding, and the universities there are educating future generations of electronic engineers to develop the next Russian innovations. I recently visited several universities in Russia and Ukraine where I met with students and professors who are interested in cooperating with MIPS to teach their students about computer architecture, system-on-chip design, digital signal processing, microcontrollers, embedded system development, parallel programming, Android, RTOS-es and more.

Overall, the visit was very productive, and demonstrated that Russia is ready to engage with international electronic companies for the mutual benefit of educating Russian engineers, who will go on to create new products for both Russian and world markets.

Below is a partial listing of the universities I visited:

Yuri Panchul with a group of the students from Phystech’s Department of Innovation and High Technology. These students demonstrated software they created on a MIPS-based device. The software allowed the device to be used as both a mobile phone and a plug-in Linux desktop

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Еще узнал, что оказывается в Лас-Вегасе наш маркетинг рекламировал наши ядра вот на таких шикарных таксо:


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На этом таксо по Лас-Вегасу можно было бы катать журналистку Коммерсанта Наталию Радулову!
Все равно выступление Пусcи Райотс было более важным событием 2012 года, чем приезд Панчула!
Нужно послать петицию в Белый Дом, чтобы американские компании не работали с Россией до победы Белоленточной Революции!
А я и не знал, что в моем фотоаппарате Nikon где-то в чипе стоит ядро MIPS
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