یازدهمین جلسه مجازی جریان – دکتر سروری
James D. Meindl (April 20, 1933 – June 7, 2020). He won the 2006 IEEE Medal of Honor “for pioneering contributions to microelectronics, including low power, biomedical, physical limits and on-chip interconnect networks.”
Part II: Communication at the Speed of Light (CaSoL): A New Paradigm for Designing Global Wires
In the second part, I will talk about our recently published work. We show that for upcoming technologies, “global wires” could potentially benefit from scaling. A simple buffer insertion technique would guarantee communication at the speed of light over copper wires. To keep up with the trend of Moore’s law when clock frequencies are almost constant, the use of multicore chips has been the customary approach for the past decade. Communication between cores becomes affordable using network-on-chip (NoC) architecture. To overcome the speed and power issues of copper wires, wireless, and optical NoC architecture has been proposed. The presented technique in this work for buffer insertion for communication at the speed of light (CaSoL) not only enables data communication at the material’s speed limit with high bit-rate but also is robust and immune to crosstalk noise and process variations. Low-swing signaling in these conditions restores the electrical wires as a competitor to their optical counterparts, both in terms of power and delay.
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