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ATHOLE

ATHOLE

ATHOLE: Low power consumption for embedded systems

Completed

Project type

FUI 3

Project holder

STMicroelectronics Grenoble

Partners

Leti

Non-members Partners

VERIMAG, Thales Avionics LCD

Challenges

The increasing complexity of applications requires ever more powerful calculation performance (such as for video streaming to mobile telephones, for instance). However, users demand longer and longer battery life.

Objectives

Study and develop a new, flexible and programmable architecture for embedded systems that will meet the following criteria: - Excellent performance, - Low power-consumption, - Multiprocessor or Network-on-Chip (NoC) architecture. The innovation lies in estimating and optimizing software and hardware electrical consumption far in advance of the design flow for multiprocessor or NoC-type architectures, with task organization and management, the study and development of dedicated operators (silicon), and dynamic activity management, for instance. Study and develop a new, flexible and programmable architecture for embedded systems that will meet the following criteria: - Excellent performance, - Low power-consumption, - Multiprocessor or Network-on-Chip (NoC) architecture. The innovation lies in estimating and optimizing software and hardware electrical consumption far in advance of the design flow for multiprocessor or NoC-type architectures, with task organization and management, the study and development of dedicated operators (silicon), and dynamic activity management, for instance. Study and develop a new, flexible and programmable architecture for embedded systems that will meet the following criteria: - Excellent performance, - Low power-consumption, - Multiprocessor or Network-on-Chip (NoC) architecture. The innovation lies in estimating and optimizing software and hardware electrical consumption far in advance of the design flow for multiprocessor or NoC-type architectures, with task organization and management, the study and development of dedicated operators (silicon), and dynamic activity management, for instance.

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Budget

8,503 K€

Duration

36 month

Human resources allocated

72 men/year