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<h1>About</h1>
<p>Milkymist was founded in summer 2007 by Sébastien Bourdeauducq. The open source project tackled the development of a system-on-chip design capable of running MilkDrop. The name "Milkymist" was chosen to evoke a parallel MilkDrop. The development was no small task, as it required designing and/or integrating a powerful 32-bit microprocessor core, basic peripherals, many interfaces, a fast SDRAM controller, and graphics acceleration. The video synthesizer born out of those efforts, the <a href="m1.html">Milkymist One</a>, was launched in September 2011 with the help of open hardware company Sharism at Work.</p>
<p>Components of the Milkymist system-on-chip soon found many other uses, such as <a href="jpl_letter.jpg">software-defined radio</a> on board the International Space Station. The community grew and activities diversified, with the development of a <a href="http://www.ohwr.org/projects/tdc-core/wiki">TDC core</a> for CERN (using a variant of the Milkymist SoC for integration), the <a href="migen/index.html">Migen</a> logic design system and its application to the Rhino software-defined radio platform, and the <a href="mixxeo.html">Mixxeo</a> digital video mixer. In 2013, Milkymist was renamed to M-Labs to mark the more varied activities, and formally incorporated in Hong Kong as M-Labs Limited.</p>
<p>The company's current main project is <a href="artiq/index.html">ARTIQ</a>, a leading-edge open source control system for quantum information experiments. In 2016, Robert Jördens joined the directorate of the company to further develop ARTIQ and other physics-related projects.</p>
<h2>Contact</h2>
<p>We'd love to hear from you! Here is how you can communicate with us.</p>
<p>For sales inquiries, email sales@m-***s.hk. You may also write to Sébastien or Robert respectively at sb@m-***s.hk and rj@m-***s.hk. For questions regarding SolveSpace, write to cz@m-***s.hk.</p>
<p>For technical inquiries, ask on the <a href="https://chat.m-labs.hk/">Mattermost chat room</a> (or the IRC channel #m-labs on Freenode), open an issue in the relevant project, or write to the mailing list <a href="https://ssl.serverraum.org/lists/listinfo/devel">devel</a> (for Migen/MiSoC) or <a href="https://ssl.serverraum.org/lists/listinfo/artiq">ARTIQ</a>.</p>
<p>Patches should be sent via a pull request.</p>
<p>For the purpose of US government contracts (<u>only</u>), use the following address: 5/F Yat Chau Building, 262 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong.</p>
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