Transistor-Free Compute-In-Memory Architecture

A new technical paper titled "Reconfigurable Compute-In-Memory on Field-Programmable Ferroelectric Diodes" was recently published by researchers at University of Pennsylvania, Sandia National Labs, and Brookhaven National Lab. The compute-in-memory design is different as it is completely transistor-free. “Even when used in a compute-in-memory architecture, transistors compromise the access... » read more

Plasticine: A Reconfigurable Architecture For Parallel Patterns (Stanford)

Source: Stanford University Stanford University has been developing Plasticine, which allows parallel patterns to be reconfigured. "ABSTRACT Reconfigurable architectures have gained popularity in recent years as they allow the design of energy-efficient accelerators. Fine-grain fabrics (e.g. FPGAs) have traditionally suffered from performance and power inefficiencies due to bit-level ... » read more