"Our vision is to enable the sustainability of many-core scaling by preventing the uncontrolled increase in energy consumption and unreliability through a step change in holistic design methods and cross-layer system optimisation."
PRiME Director, Professor Bashir Al-Hashimi, FREng, FIEEE, FIET, FBCS
PRiME: Power-efficient, Reliable, Many-core Embedded systems
PRiME, a £5.6m EPSRC funded programme, brings together four universities with world-leading expertise in the complementary research areas of; low-power, highly-parallel, reconfigurable and dependable computing and verified software design. Working in collaboration with five companies and seven international visiting experts, PRiME will tackle the challenge of developing the theory and practice of future high-performance embedded systems utilising many-core processors.
The PRiME Programme will feature heavily within the planned programme for the 11th European Workshop on Microelectronics Education (EWME) to be hosted by University of Southampton in May 2016. This will be the first time that EWME will have been hosted within the United Kingdom The aim of the workshop will be to provide an arena […]
Associate Professor Geoff Merrett, PRiME Programme Applications Lead describes PRiME‘s approach to Run-time Power Management, How can this approach save battery life through run-time management? PRiME demonstrates this energy saving.