Mark Bolliger

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The implementation of a first-generation CELL processor that supports multiple operating systems including Linux consists of a 64b power processor element (PPE) and its L2 cache, multiple synergistic processor elements (SPE) [1] that each has its own local memory (LS) [2], a high-bandwidth internal element interconnect bus (EIB), two configurable(More)
This paper reviews the design challenges that current and future processors must face, with stringent power limits and high frequency targets, and the design methods required to overcome the above challenges and address the continuing Giga-scale system integration trend. This paper then describes the details behind the design methodology that was used to(More)
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