GREAT: HeteroGeneous IntegRated Magnetic tEchnology Using Multifunctional Standardized sTack

Abstract : To tackle the key issues of monolithic heterogeneous integration, fast yet low power processing, high integration density, fast yet low power storage, the goal of the GREAT project is to co-integrate multiple functions like sensors (“Sensing”), RF receivers (“Communicating”) and logic/memory (“Processing/Storing”) together within CMOS by adapting the STT-MTJs (Magnetic devices) to a single baseline technology enabling logic, memory, and analog functions in the same System-on-Chip (SoC) as the enabling technology platform for Internet of Things (IoT). This will lead to a unique STT-MTJ cell technology called Multifunctional Standardized Stack (MSS). The major outputs of GREAT are the technology and the architecture platform for IoT SoCs providing better integration of embedded & mobile communication systems and a significant decrease of their power consumption. Based on the STT-MTJs (now viewed as the most suitable technology for digital applications and with a huge potential for analog subsystems) unique set of performances (non-volatility, high speed, infinite endurance and moderate read/write power), GREAT will achieve the same goal as heterogeneous integration of devices but in a much simpler way since the MSS will enable different functions using the same technology. Published in: VLSI (ISVLSI), 2017 IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on Date of Conference: 3-5 July 2017
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Mehdi B. Tahoori, Sarath Mohanachandran Nair, Rajendra Bishnoi, Sophiane Senni, Jad Mohdad, et al.. GREAT: HeteroGeneous IntegRated Magnetic tEchnology Using Multifunctional Standardized sTack. ISVLSI: International Symposium on Very Large Scale Integration, Jul 2017, Bochum, Germany. pp.344-349, ⟨10.1109/ISVLSI.2017.67⟩. ⟨lirmm-01708599⟩

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