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Network On Chip
Most real NoCs are mesosynchronous as opposed to asynchronous - neither of which is a requirement of being an NoC of course.
We should add some information about commercial products that use NoC, like Tilera's Tile64.
Multiple issues with article
1. Article is not wikified 2. There are no footnotes, just a pile of references with numbers that match with ... nothing 3. Sections are plagiarized from the sources. If these are written for Wikipedia, they should be run through Wikisource Penguinwithin (talk) 06:28, 26 May 2008 (UTC)
It's not plagiarized. The article gives due credit to the original source at the bottom: The original text can be found at http://www.sigda.org/newsletter/2006/060415.txt
--Rkg82 (talk) 12:48, 12 October 2010 (UTC)Update to commercial deployment of NoC technology--Rkg82 (talk) 12:48, 12 October 2010 (UTC) Reference to prototypes is completely out of date. At least one silicon-proven NoC was integrated on a video chip being sold in 2008 (Pixelworks), and currently (Oct 2010) a number of chips are being sold with commercially available NoC inside, both to equipement manufacturers and the general public. One example is the latest rabge of Epson Video projectors, launched in 2009-2010.
- Still needs work on the dated issues. For example, I think one paper that is quoted is from 2001, which is hardly "emerging" any more. see doi 10.1145/378239.379045 http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=379045 W Nowicki (talk) 23:39, 31 May 2013 (UTC)
This whole statement seems to be rife with network guru jargon, buzz terms and a lack of justification, can we rewrite this or delete it? Although NoCs can borrow concepts and techniques from the well-established domain of computer networking, it is impractical to blindly reuse features of "classical" computer networks and symmetric multiprocessors. In particular, NoC switches should be small, energy-efficient, and fast. Neglecting these aspects along with proper, quantitative comparison was typical for early NoC research but nowadays they are considered in more detail. The routing algorithms should be implemented by simple logic, and the number of data buffers should be minimal. Network topology and execution properties may be application-specific on MPSoCs. 21 June 2016 - reterik — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 22:08, 21 June 2016 (UTC)
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