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I have been reading about the MIPS architecture and learned that it has been used a multiprocessor architecture in the past. Is anyone presently using it in a multicore SoC?

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Loongson: both multi-core and with MIPS architecture. It seems that it is developed in China mainly by Chinese engineers and academics but also is the result of a public-private partnership.

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