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Interconnect Architecture

Interconnect architecture refers to the underlying system of communication paths that route the signals around on the major components of the chip. The interconnect architecture consists of the topology and organization, physical floorplan, arbitration blocks, protocol, routing algorithms, clocking, and power.

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