The emergence of the wide range of specialized processors is a natural evolutionary development. The physical architecture desires for all these machines are remarkably similar. State-of-art physical fabric and circuit designs are summarized that support these and future machines.
Robert Masleid has developed processors ranging from laptops to servers with IBM, Motorola, Apple, HAL, Fujitsu, Transmeta, Sun, and Oracle that span every generation of CMOS. He has 168 issued U.S. patents, primarily in the circuit design areas of clock distribution, power distribution, voltage regulation, cache and RAM, flip-flops, on-die-networks, adaptive bias, time-to-digital circuits, and metastable circuits. An alumnus of University of Rochester and Purdue, he has authored ten publications and three books. He is now a free-lance consultant and is working to eliminate the carbon footprint of industrial agriculture.
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