It is my hope that more fabrication for existing node sizes will be built such that prices will drop precipitously, enabling even small teams such as university engineering schools to design and build radically different computer architectures and actually have them fabricated.
Their site is in a state of rot, though. That might mean they didn't make it anywhere. They did build something brilliant, though. Hopefully, someone licenses and/or acquires it that will crank out more at lower cost like Adapteva was doing. The second article has a nice summary of what it's doing along with another interesting piece of hardware.