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====== Reliable Processors and Systems ====== ====== Reliable Processors and Systems ======
-This research investigates the impact of soft-error tolerance in future deep-submicron microprocessor designs. The study investigates different options to achieve the desired level of protection against soft errors. This research effort is in part supported by NSF through a CAREER Award.  The [[http://www.ece.cmu.edu/~truss | TRUSS Project]] (Total Reliability Using Scalable Servers) develops a reliable, available, and serviceable (RAS) hardware platform based on a distributed cluster of commodity blade servers.  The goal of the project is to leverage the cost-effectiveness of commodity processor and memory modules in a reliable server design that achieves both performance and cost scalability.  This research effort is in part supported by NSF through an ITR Award and by Intel Corp.  (Go to the [[http://www.ece.cmu.edu/~truss | TRUSS Project Page]].)+This research investigates the impact of soft-error tolerance in future deep-submicron microprocessor designs. The study investigates different options to achieve the desired level of protection against soft errors. This research effort is in part supported by NSF through a CAREER Award.  The [[http://www.ece.cmu.edu/~truss | TRUSS Project]] (Total Reliability Using Scalable Servers) develops a reliable, available, and serviceable (RAS) hardware platform based on a distributed cluster of commodity blade servers.  The goal of the project is to leverage the cost-effectiveness of commodity processor and memory modules in a reliable server design that achieves both performance and cost scalability.  This research effort is in part supported by NSF through an ITR Award and by Intel.  (Go to the [[http://www.ece.cmu.edu/~truss | TRUSS Project Page]].)
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