Discuss this video with our community at http://www.xcore.com Join David May and Adam Marable as they discuss the potential use of XMOS processors as a means to build a cheap yet extendible parallel computing platform. Adam has already taken the first steps towards this whilst undertaking a summer placement with XMOS in 2009. As XMOS processors can be linked together via XLinks you could potentially make this into a modular platform by which you could add not just more memory as you upgrade, but more processors too! Watch the video to see it in action and to learn more about what could be in store for the future using XMOS technology. About XMOS XMOS is the leader in event-driven processors™ for digital electronics. XMOS event-driven processors ™ are high performance, predictable, processors. They allow complete systems to be implemented in software using interface, DSP and control code. XMOS is an enabling technology for the Open Source Hardware community. Designs, including USB, Ethernet, and SD-RAM controllers are available in an ever-expanding library of open source code. Free to download, the XMOS development tools are supported by a vibrant community of digital designers and software engineers. XMOS is based in Bristol, UK, Sunnyvale, CA, and Chennai, India with sales offices and representatives across the world.