Would anyone be willing to do it? The starter device needs to be a GCW-Zero.
Now, for the company, would it be possible to make a single board computer with the MIPS architecture for educational use? What is needed is a sixty-four core board - possibly four sockets with sixteen cores or two dual thirty-two core - that can be used as a workstation, a server, or a user based system. LLVM/Clang as the compiler. It must be able to work with MINIX, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, and a Debian port to MINIX along with the standard Debian MIPS port.
The graphics processing unit, audio processing unit, and network processing unit will need their own dedicated memory.