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Can 1000 processors dance on the head of a pin? MIT’s Professor Srini Devadas hopes so

Veteran EDA industry watcher Peggy Aycinena visited MIT recently and spoke with Professor Srini Devadas about a manycore processor project called “Angstrom.” The purpose of the project is to develop massively parallel hardware—as in 1024 processors—to explore better ways of … Continue reading

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Friday Video: New consumer technologies have disrupted businesses for 100 years

MIT’s Technology Review has published a 3-minute video that chronicles some of the cataclysmic business disruptions caused by the introduction of new consumer technologies. Watch:

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Networks on Chip: Redux, Redux, Redux

There must be some way out of here Said the joker to the thief There’s too much confusion I can’t get no relief – “All Along the Watchtower,” Bob Dylan During the late 1980s and early 1990s, we had around … Continue reading

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