|ISA||SPARC V8 (SPARC), SHAVE (SHAVE)|
|Microarchitecture||LEON3, SHAVE v2.0|
|Word Size||32 bit|
SABRE was a test microprocessor designed by Movidius for the acceleration of machine vision. SABRE was a modification of the original ISAAC designed back in 2007 as a game physics accelerator. The SABRE microprocessor eventually lead to the production definition of the Myriad 1 line of vision accelerators.
SABRE is capable of 20 GLOPS at low 100s mW of power through the use of 9 execution units consisting of a SPARC V8 LEON3 core and 8 additional SHAVE v2.0 cores.
The test platform consisted of a Samsung 6410 daughtercard which incoluded an S3C6410X processor (ARM11) and a Movidius MV0108 SABRE daughtercard which had the SABRE processor.