DCC DLX Goes to Tencon 2007 (Taipei, Taiwan)!
Being a student under UP EEE is not easy, and one of the courses' major milestones is to finish the EEE 190-198 course (aka research project). It takes at least a year for the research to be designed and implemented, not to mention the series of defense presentations (at least 3) one has to face.
In order to help facilitate students' research, one has to join an in-house research laboratory. I belonged to the UP-Intel Microprocessors Lab and had been grouped with 4 other Computer Engineering students. Our output was the Dual Core Capable 32-Bit DLX Microprocessor (DCC DLX).
posted by ScIoN 9:05 PM