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The developing world has always been a spectator and consumer participant in the ICT technology since the pioneering computing years of post second world war of world economic growth. The developed world led by the US, Europe, Japan, and later South Korea have surged far ahead in ICT being represented by their own creation of microprocessor platforms evolving into an exclusive club which they locked with licensing.
Their early Number 1 site softcore of mostly trial and error processor designs have proven to be a market success that discouraged new aspiring contenders. New CAD tools have arrived along with the cloud computing model presenting new opportunities.
To us this is the perfect time to capitalize on the mistakes of the earlier processor designs to create a new and novel bit processor for the rest of the free world to hop along the ICT revolution into the cloud and IoT applications on Freeware platform as active creative participants.
These aspirations have to begin at the education level with an easy to learn bit processor model. Content from this work may be used under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 3.