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    Phoronix: Linux 6.11 To Upstream Support For Mobileye EyeQ 6H SoC

    Back in Linux 6.9 the Mobileye EyeQ5 SoC support was upstreamed for that MIPS-based platform powering Mobileye's level-5 autonomous driving system. With the upcoming Linux 6.11 kernel, support for the newer Mobileye EyeQ6 is being upstreamed...

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  • #2
    The 2 clusters of this SoC
    They gave it the ole SoC tuh.

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    • #3
      Mobileye may be targeting an eventual Level 5 system (everyone is), but has a long way to go to get there (Mobileye does have an ambitious goal of offering Level 4 in 2026, although no one will be surprised if that date will eventually be pushed out).

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      • #4
        MIPS-based in an era where MIPS themselves have already moved on to RISC-V.

        So nonsensical.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ayumu View Post
          MIPS-based in an era where MIPS themselves have already moved on to RISC-V.

          So nonsensical.
          The MIPS architecture just works, and licensing is (reasonably) cheap, and when Mobileye was starting was a reasonable base (the CPU is a minor part in their system, most of the advanced capabilities is done in their accelerators).

          Only an organization with infinite money, and no intent to deliver a product, would throw all that away just to start over with a new base because someone says "Look, new shiny!".

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          • #6
            this is kind of off-topic but i wonder if this can be transformed into one of those eye trackers? id be really interested in documenting my hyper-efficient mega-programming stack and how my brain interacts with it.

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