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The computing market has been dominated during the last two decades by the well-known convergence of the highperformance computing market and the mobile market. In this paper we witness a new type of convergence between the mission-critical market (such as avionic or automotive) and the mainstream consumer electronics market. Such convergence is fuelled by the common needs of both markets for more reliability, support for mission-critical functionalities and the challenge of harnessing the unsustainable increases in safety margins to guarantee either correctness or timing. In this position paper, we present a description of this new convergence, as well as the main challenges and opportunities that it brings to computing industry.
CitationGirbal, S. [et al.]. On the convergence of mainstream and mission-critical markets. A: Design Automation Conference. "DAC 50: Design Automation Conference: Conference Proceedings: Austin Convention Center, JUNE 2 – 6, 2013". Austin: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2013, p. 1-10.
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