Smart Memories: a modular reconfigurable architecture

  title={Smart Memories: a modular reconfigurable architecture},
  author={Ken Mai and Tim Paaske and Nuwan Jayasena and Ron Ho and William J. Dally and Mark Horowitz},
Trends in VLSI technology scaling demand that future computing devices be narrowly focused to achieve high performance and high efficiency, yet also target the high volumes and low costs of widely applicable general purpose designs. To address these conflicting requirements, we propose a modular reconfigurable architecture called Smart Memories, targeted at computing needs in the 0.1μ technology generation. A Smart Memories chip is made up of many processing tiles, each containing local memory… CONTINUE READING
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