$1M will definitely not be enough when we go seriously into the hardware. We still have $1M available on the convertible Notes that you can buy today. However, the Title II of the Jobs Act allows up to $5M, which will be enough for the FPGA. The next after that will be around $25M; heavy semi is not cheap 🙂
Right now we are focused more on the software side, to get the tool chain up enough that we can run major benchmarks. The design is public enough that someone expert in CPUs can see it works, but big money tends not to be CPU-expert. Benchmarks will be more persuasive 🙂
- This reply was modified 8 years, 1 month ago by Ivan Godard.