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Co-design allows creating a development cycle that is similar in efficiency to that of software development. It focuses on building specialized hardware blocks and frameworks which have the capabilities and interfaces needed for software integration. Simultaneously, it also focuses on developing software that is also designed to improve workload efficiency, e.g. Unikernels, and contains appropriate out of the box mechanisms for taking advantage of available specialized hardware. CoDes research lab provides the infrastructure and engineering foundation needed to support co-design based specialized hardware research.
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The pressure on developers to optimize applications for speed, performance, and efficiency keeps growing. Imagine if, instead of just modifying source code or linking in more efficient libraries, you could also customize your hardware stack to meet your specific...
Papers from two projects based at the Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University have been recognized for excellence at preeminent research conferences. Both projects were recipients of the Red Hat Collaboratory 2022 and 2023 Research Incubation Awards. Details...
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