The EU co-funded DeSyRe project developed a novel DeSyRe System on Chip (SoC) architecture and underlying concepts for reliability.
Such SoCs have been shown to typically use 28 percent less energy and 48 percent less chip area while
offering nine times lower hardware failure rate if designed with this novel architecture. DeSyRe’s
industry partners are using the new concepts to help create safer cars and trains, medical devices that
can live longer and are more reliable, brain models that are more advanced, and even easier-toprogram
embedded many-core systems.