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MultiClet is a technical term that defines processor core or processor with multicellular architecture.[1] The author of multicellular architecture is Nikolay Streltsov[2], the term “multiclet” was coined by Boris Zyryanov, the Doctor of Engineering.

MultiClet is a trademark.[3]

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.[4]

Company History

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.[5]

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.[6]

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.[7]

MultiClet Corp. Today

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Company specialists deal with developing and adopting a product line including processor cores as well as processors with a principally new architecture.[8] MultiClet Corp. is profiling its products for the following market segments[9]

  • mobile and video communications,
  • audio-processors (including hearing aids, telephone headsets),
  • “Antihacker” trust-processors for bank applications,
  • 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[10] and manufacture in St.Peterburg.

Partners

MultiClet Corp. is resident of Skolkovo innovation center. The company presents a project of multicellular architecture design.[11] MultiClet Corp. has the following partners:

  • All-Russian public organization «Delovaya Rossiya» (Business Russia)
  • Regional Public Foundation «Innovation Technologies»

References

  1. Russian design engineers announce multicellular processor.// IXBIT.com Hi-Tech News http://www.ixbt.com/news/hard/index.shtml?14/67/03
  2. "Multiclet": revolutionary architecture on one's peril. Electronic Components № 7, 2011.http://www.elcomdesign.ru/magazine/archive/magazine_70.html
  3. Certificate of «MultiClet» Trademark RU № 436611 (rightholder: MultiClet Corp.)
  4. 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
  5. Nikolay Streltsov. The Synputer - A Novel MIMD Processor Targeting High Performance Low Power DSP Applications // International Signal Processing Conference, Dallas, 1-3 April, 2003.
  6. Multicellular processor : development strategy. // Innovations &Business Magazine, № 1(2), 2008.
  7. Multicellular processor was designed in Russia// Cnews.http://corp.cnews.ru/news/top/index.shtml?2010/07/07/399680
  8. Products // MultiClet Corp’s website http://www.multiclet.com/index.php/ru/products
  9. Cluster IT of Skolkovo Innovation Center added the developers of 3D-sensors// RIA Novosti website.http://ria.ru/nano_news/20110525/379707417.html?id=
  10. Yekaterinburg programmers working on the new generation of microprocessor // Vesti ural / RUTV.ru/ http://ural.rfn.ru/rnews.html?id=40321
  11. Skolkovo Foundation will support the production of multicellular processors // Cnews. http://corp.cnews.ru/news/line/index.shtml?2011/07/28/449015

External links

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