World Attention

  • As we prepare for 1st silicon, this is what Safran has to say:
  • “Safran company, one of leader in aerospace industry, is constantly seeking higher performance with the best level of safety. In the current evolution of processors, specially in the embedded world, performance resides in parallel architecture. In this domain, the dynamic allocation of software within a matrix of cores is a very promising technology we have accompanied for years, because it was an elegant solution to solve many issues we face on a daily basis.

    First of all the parallelization of software is done in a rigorous way by the compiler, splitting the code in independent entities, and this is a huge progress in engineering.

    Second the cores can be deactivated if proven in failure, and the software can be reallocated automatically, giving an elegant way to graceful degradation.

    Third the software can be sent several times in the matrix, and it gives intrinsic replication.

    Fourth the software being allocated at the very moment of execution, the software is very difficult to trap, and it increase the resilience to cyberattacks.

    Given all these expectations, 28 nm is also a good compromise between cost of production, efficiency and acceptability for aerospace products.

    For Safran, this SoC, once available, will be a breakthrough in computer technology.”

  • Morphing Machines a Top 50 Finalist (Top 6 in DATA & AI Track) in the Hello Tomorrow global startup summit in Paris (2016)
  • REDEFINE 128-core parallel image processing demonstration at 4th RISC-V Workshop at MIT (2016)
  • Morphing Machines features in Gartner Research Cool Vendors (Semiconductor) Report (2011)