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Reliable Systems on Unreliable Fabrics
 

Summary: Reliable Systems on
Unreliable Fabrics
Todd Austin, Valeria Bertacco, and Scott Mahlke
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Yu Cao
Arizona State University, Tempe
&THE CONTINUED SCALING of silicon fabrication
technology has led to significant reliability concerns
that are quickly becoming a dominant design
challenge. Complexity challenges in the form of
immense designs that defy complete verification, as
well as physical challenges such as silicon aging and
soft errors that impair correct system operation, are
threatening design integrity.
The Resilient-System Design Team of the Gigascale
System Research Center (GSRC) is addressing these
challenges. Its synergistic research projects include
developing near-term reliability stress reduction tech-
niques to improve today's silicon quality, and
exploring longer-term technologies to detect, recover,

  

Source: Austin, Todd M. - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Michigan

 

Collections: Engineering; Computer Technologies and Information Sciences