A Distributed Parallel Processing System for the StrongARM Microprocessor
Authors: O'Neill, Brian C., Coulson, G. C., Wong, Adam K. L., Hotchkiss, R., Ng, J. H., Clark, S., Thomas, P. D., Cawley, A.
Recent developments in hardware message routing devices have demonstrated significant performance benefits for parallel processing networks. This work describes a system which uses a single chip interface between the high performance StrongARM processor and the existing ICR C416 message routing chip. The ICR C416 is a non-blocking communications routing device. Each device allows concurrent communications with up to 16 processors. A distributed parallel processing system can be constructed using the StrongARM and ICRC416 devices, with features similar to that of a transputer system but with the benefits of the higher clock speed and cache memory of the StrongARM processor.
Proceedings of WoTUG-21: Architectures, Languages and Patterns for Parallel and Distributed Applications, Peter H. Welch, André W. P. Bakkers, 1998, pp 39 - 48 published by IOS Press, Amsterdam
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