Distributed Hardware Matcher Framework for SoC Survivability

Provided by: edaa
Topic: Hardware
Format: PDF
Modern Systems-on-Chip (SoCs) are rapidly becoming complex high-performance computational devices, featuring multiple general purpose processor cores and a variety of functional IP blocks, communicating with each other through on-die fabric. While modular SoC design provides power savings and simplifies the development process, it also leaves significant room for a special type of hardware bugs, interaction errors, to slip through pre- and post-silicon verification. Consequently, hard to fix silicon escapes may be discovered late in production schedule or even after a market release, potentially causing costly delays or recalls.

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