3-D Nanoarchitectures With Carbon Nanotube Mechanical Switches for Future On-Chip Network Beyond CMOS Architecture

@article{Fujita20073DNW,
  title={3-D Nanoarchitectures With Carbon Nanotube Mechanical Switches for Future On-Chip Network Beyond CMOS Architecture},
  author={Shinobu Fujita and Kumiko Nomura and Keiko Abe and Thomas H. Lee},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers},
  year={2007},
  volume={54},
  pages={2472-2479}
}
We have proposed 3 nanoarchitectures with carbon nanotube-based nano-electromechanical systems (CNT-NEMS) switch with a floating gate. It is shown that logic based on them has the potential to replace CMOS using process technology of less than 45 nm. Furthermore, CNT-NEMS-based 3-D circuits realize extremely high bandwidth of over 10 petabyte/s with very low latency of less than several 10 ps. The most effective applications are 3D on-chip crossbar bus and future on-chip network, which will… CONTINUE READING
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