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Closing the Power Gap between ASIC & Custom

Tools and Techniques for Low Power Design

by David Chinnery

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Published by Springer .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages388
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7444868M
ISBN 100387257632
ISBN 109780387257631


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It follows a similar format as the previous book, but instead discusses the considerations involved in minimizing power consumption of processors/5. "This book unveils the mystery behind the performance gap between ASIC and Custom design and shows how to close the gap with minimal design effort.

A must read for every ASIC or ASSP designer." (William J. Dally, Professor, Stanford University) "Most IP core providers must provide high-performance designs within the constraints of an ASIC. What follows is a personal account of the creation of this book.

The challenge from Earl Killian, formerly an architect of the MIPS processors and at that time Chief Architect at Tensilica, was to explain the significant performance gap between ASICs and custom. ASIC and custom power comparison 15 Factors contributing to ASICs being higher power 19 Summary 47 3.

Pipelining to Reduce the Power 55 David Chinnery, Kurt Keutzer Introduction 57 Pipelining overheads 61 Pipelining power and delay model 67 ASIC versus custom pipelining 74 Other factors affecting the power gap   It also goes into detail about the differences between custom and ASIC and suggests what can be done to improve performance in an ASIC.

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