A configuration method of computing resources for microservice-based edge computing apparatus in smart distribution transformer area

Bowei Cen ◽  
Chunchao Hu ◽  
Zexiang Cai ◽  
Zhigang Wu ◽  
Yanxu Zhang ◽  
2020 ◽  
Vol 140 (9) ◽  
pp. 1030-1039
W.A. Shanaka P. Abeysiriwardhana ◽  
Janaka L. Wijekoon ◽  
Hiroaki Nishi

Ping ZHAO ◽  
Jiawei TAO ◽  
Abdul RAUF ◽  
Fengde JIA ◽  
Longting XU

Adyson Magalhaes Maia ◽  
Yacine Ghamri-Doudane ◽  
Dario Vieira ◽  
Miguel Franklin de Castro

Da-Yin Liao

Contemporary 300mm semiconductor manufacturing systems have highly automated and digitalized cyber-physical integration. They suffer from the profound problems of integrating large, centralized legacy systems with small islands of automation. With the recent advances in disruptive technologies, semiconductor manufacturing has faced dramatic pressures to reengineer its automation and computer integrated systems. This paper proposes a Distributed-Ledger, Edge-Computing Architecture (DLECA) for automation and computer integration in semiconductor manufacturing. Based on distributed ledger and edge computing technologies, DLECA establishes a decentralized software framework where manufacturing data are stored in distributed ledgers and processed locally by executing smart contracts at the edge nodes. We adopt an important topic of automation and computer integration for semiconductor research &development (R&D) operations as the study vehicle to illustrate the operational structure and functionality, applications, and feasibility of the proposed DLECA software framework.

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