"Purchaser"-designed processors might facilitate asynchronous design

By: Paul A. Clayton (paaronclayton.delete@this.gmail.com), March 26, 2021 8:22 am
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One of the problems with asynchronous design is the difficulty of binning parts. For a cloud service provider developing its own processors, there would not longer be a profit incentive for binning parts before "sale". While discovering the performance and energy efficiency of processor chips (and cores) would be desirable, such would not have to be done in a specialized (expensive) tester and performed before any use could be made of the processor.

While there would still be great hurdles to adopting asynchronous design, at least the binning problem might be ameliorated.
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