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Intel ramps hardware-software codesign research

3/17/2011 10:27 AM EDT
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LConstantine
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LConstantine   3/21/2011 5:29:47 PM
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The h/w-s/w boundaries blur ever more, as the Stuxnet software worm used to attack the Natanz nuclear facilities demonstrated so well. But the ideas are far from new. In 2003 I designed a stuxnet-style attack on the U.S. (used in the Lior Samson novel, Web Games). In 1968-9, Modern Data published my series on integral hardware-software design, techniques used at Monsanto to design a real-time computer architecture, OS, and extended Fortran as a single system that could run circles around the competition. I look forward to what comes out of these latest efforts.

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Gil Russell   3/18/2011 11:21:03 AM
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"With 200 engineers, you can get a lot done," Professor Curley said. One might say that running NOPs is also getting work done..., Would be nice to get some NEWS about their activities...,

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t.alex   3/17/2011 11:36:39 AM
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Hardware and software Co-design has always been a challenge and a topic for research. At times there is no clear boundary between hardware and software. Hence optimized design with consideration of both hardware and software is really crucial.

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