Texas Patent of the Month – February 2023
Coherent Logix, Inc. are the creators of the first virtualized system-on-a-chip for the embedded systems market. Headquartered in Austin, TX, the company is a world leader in low-power, high-performance, C-programmable processors for the embedded systems market.
Recently, the company was granted a patent for their memory-network processor technology. This system is a breakthrough in the tech industry that allows software developers to create parallel-executed programs using processor apparatus and systems to control multiple data paths, accumulate forwarding, and address generator unit coupling.
The system’s input allows developers to specify a multitude of views of the desired system, representing each view or respective aspect of the system. This information is then used by a compiler to generate an executable program which is deployable to the multiprocessor system. The input can be received in various forms, such as user input or from another system or process, from a storage medium, and over a network.
The ability to develop software targeted for parallel execution is critical in today’s digital era. This allows developers to create programs that can execute numerous instructions simultaneously. The multiprocessor system designed by Coherent Logix provides developers with the opportunity to maximize system efficiency, save power consumption, and reduce the workload of the central processing unit.
This invention has significant implications for a variety of industries, including aerospace and defense, wireless communication, and multimedia applications. The ability to reduce power consumption, improve performance, and create parallel-executed programs allows developers to advance the technological capacity of their respective industries.
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