CoRAM: an in-fabric memory architecture for FPGA-based computing


FPGAs have been used in many applications to achieve orders-of-magnitude improvement in absolute performance and energy efficiency relative to conventional microprocessors. Despite their promise in both processing performance and efficiency, FPGAs have not yet gained widespread acceptance as mainstream computing devices. A fundamental obstacle to FPGA-based… (More)
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@inproceedings{Chung2011CoRAMAI, title={CoRAM: an in-fabric memory architecture for FPGA-based computing}, author={Eric S. Chung and James C. Hoe and Ken Mai}, booktitle={FPGA}, year={2011} }