Processor-in-Memory
(PIM)
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  Motivation:
With the current trend of rapidly increasing CPU speeds and ballooning RAM capacities, the bottleneck between the processor and main memory is becoming more and more costly. PIM is an attempt to solve this problem by combining processor and memory macros on a single chip. The benefits of such an architectural shift include very high bandwidth and multi-processor scaling capabilities. These possibilities and more are being enthusiastically explored by our group.

A Tribute to Seymour Cray


Last modified: August 30, 2001