MultiClet is a technical term that defines processor core or processor with multicellular architecture. The author of multicellular architecture is Nikolay Streltsov, the term “multiclet” was coined by Boris Zyryanov, the Doctor of Engineering.
MultiClet is a trademark.
MultiClet Corp. is a Russian company dealing with creation, production and market launch of high-performance defect-tolerant processor cores and processors with low power consumption designed on the base of multicellular architecture.
2001 – prototype of multicellular processor (synputer) was designed in the Ural Architectural Laboratory by Nikolay Streltsov.
2003 – synputer gained a prize in nomination “The best product of the Year” at the forum of new products presented at Annual International Signal Processing Conference in Dallas, USA.
2006 – project of multicellular architecture became a winner in Moscow competition of Russian Innovations as a breakthrough innovative project.
2008 – project of principally new multicellular architecture was submitted for Innovation Technologies Foundation approval and got financial backing.
2009 – the prototype of multicellular processor was featured in IT-technology and nanotechnology exhibition “ International Salon of Innovations and inventions”.
2010 – on the basis of the developments and intellectual property combination of “Ural Architectural Laboratory” Ltd and “Innovation Technologies” Foundation MultiClet Corp. was formed. Boris Zyryanov became a company CEO and Nikolay Streltsov took a position of Technical Director.
MultiClet Corp. Today
Company specialists deal with developing and adopting a product line including processor cores as well as processors with a principally new architecture. MultiClet Corp. is profiling its products for the following market segments
- mobile and video communications,
- audio-processors (including hearing aids, telephone headsets),
- “Antihacker” trust-processors for bank applications,
- desktop supercomputers of teraflop class,
- automotive electronics («intellectual» on-board systems for automobiles),
- special applications for FPGA (special hardware).
MultiClet Corp. is a fabless company including 5 departments with Head Office in Yekaterinburg and manufacture in St.Peterburg.
- Federal State Unitary Enterprise «ROSOBORONEXPORT»
- All-Russian public organization «Delovaya Rossiya» (Business Russia)
- Regional Public Foundation «Innovation Technologies»
- ↑ Russian design engineers announce multicellular processor.// IXBIT.com Hi-Tech News http://www.ixbt.com/news/hard/index.shtml?14/67/03
- ↑ "Multiclet": revolutionary architecture on one's peril. Electronic Components № 7, 2011.http://www.elcomdesign.ru/magazine/archive/magazine_70.html
- ↑ Certificate of «MultiClet» Trademark RU № 436611 (rightholder: MultiClet Corp.)
- ↑ Vladimir Ovchinnikov. Multicellular processor is a new generation of computing devises. // Components & Technologies № 6, 2011. http://www.kit-e.ru/articles/elcomp/2011_6_86.php
- ↑ Nikolay Streltsov. The Synputer - A Novel MIMD Processor Targeting High Performance Low Power DSP Applications // International Signal Processing Conference, Dallas, 1-3 April, 2003.
- ↑ Multicellular processor : development strategy. // Innovations &Business Magazine, № 1(2), 2008.
- ↑ Multicellular processor was designed in Russia// Cnews.http://corp.cnews.ru/news/top/index.shtml?2010/07/07/399680
- ↑ Products // MultiClet Corp’s website http://www.multiclet.com/index.php/ru/products
- ↑ Cluster IT of Skolkovo Innovation Center added the developers of 3D-sensors// RIA Novosti website.http://ria.ru/nano_news/20110525/379707417.html?id=
- ↑ Yekaterinburg programmers working on the new generation of microprocessor // Vesti ural / RUTV.ru/ http://ural.rfn.ru/rnews.html?id=40321
- ↑ Skolkovo Foundation will support the production of multicellular processors // Cnews. http://corp.cnews.ru/news/line/index.shtml?2011/07/28/449015
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