Oliver Kadlcek

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—We are facing an ever growing quest for performance in High Performance Computing (HPC) systems. The growing concerns for the power budgets and overall deployment costs required to run these systems are opening new ways to novel high performance computing platforms. New paradigms and architectures are being developed to tackle these challenges. In this(More)
It is common for large hardware designs to have a number of registers or memories of which the contents have to be changed very seldom, e.g. only at startup. The conventional way of accessing these memories is using a low-speed memory bus. This bus uses valuable hardware resources, introduces long, global connections and contributes to routing congestion.(More)
It is common for large hardware designs to have a number of registers or memories whose contents have to be changed very seldom (e.g., only at startup). The conventional way of accessing these memories is through a low-speed memory bus. This bus uses valuable hardware resources, introduces long global connections, and contributes to routing congestion.(More)
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