The Future of System-on-a-Chip
Since its emergence about a decade ago, the SoC (system-on-a-chip) architecture has become the underlying architecture for many embedded systems and scalable supercomputers and is starting to find its way into general purpose computing as well. The SoC embodies what many believe to be the ultimate level of integration: an entire system on one chip. Moore's law and higher levels of integration made the SoC inevitable, but can this continue? And what's next?
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