GreenArrays, Inc., a Wyoming C corporation, was founded on 13 February 2009 by Charles H. Moore and long-time colleagues to further the development of multi-computer chips. Our mission statement reads:
"To use our unique, proven design tools and a simple, green architecture to develop and market fine granularity, low-power solutions for problems difficult to solve using conventional technology"
About Our Company
This brief document introduces our company to potential business partners. It outlines the history, goals, services, capabilities, structure, and commitments of GreenArrays.
Our Company Team
The strength of GreenArrays is derived from its people. The company has been formed and its development activities have been carried out during 2009 and the first half of 2010 by a core team of 18 dedicated people, aided by several Advisors and Consultants. In addition, the company can draw upon the resources of a large, worldwide body of affiliated companies, programmers and engineers as application needs increase.
Since our inception, we have made six consecutive successful prototyping runs to economically calibrate a new fab, and to validate our technology across a wide range of chip sizes, configurations, and packages. These prototype chips include the following:
- GA4 is a 4-computer chip in an 8-pin (2 x 2 mm) or 12 pin (3 x 3 mm) package, fabricated at 180 nm with a die area of 0.875 square millimeters. This chip was primarily created to validate a new computer, the F18B, and new I/O pads with improved ESD protection.
- GA4 1.2 is a second prototype of the GA4 with improved timing.
- GA32 is a 32-computer chip in an 88-pin package (1 x 1 cm), fabricated at 180 nm with a die area of 5.7 square millimeters. It was prototyped primarily to validate and calibrate a new fab, and to validate some improvements in the F18A computer design.
- GA32 was prototyped a second time with 5 volt I/O structures, to validate our design for high voltage I/O pads.
- GA40 is a 40-computer chip in an 88 pin package, fabricated at 130 nm with a die area of 5.5 square millimeters.
- GA144 is a 144-computer chip in an 88-pin package, fabricated at 180 nm, with a die area of 21.3 square millimeters. This chip is now in production and is being delivered from stock.
Plans and Activity
GreenArrays is executing its plans for capitalization, production, and growth. For more information about the company, please contact our Business Development group. For more information about our development plans, see our Future Roadmap.