bus architecture

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bus architecture

[′bəs ′är·kə‚tek·chər]
(computer science)
A structure for handling data transmission in a computer system or network, in which components are all linked to a common bus.

bus architecture

A shared input/output pathway, typically between the CPU and peripheral devices. See bus.
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Current methods of dealing with interconnect on SoCs, such as layered or pipelined bus based architectures, simply will not scale with the complexity and integration requirements of next-generation designs," said Alain Fanet, president and CEO of Arteris.
Delivered as intellectual property to be integrated on ARM(R) AMBA bus based System-on-Chip designs, Hantro's 4350 CIF codec is specifically tailored for low-power devices.