MISD Multiple Instruction Single Data a special purpose computing technology classified in 1966 as documented in Flynn’s classification of processing. A linear array of processors used under MISD approach are termed as Systolic array. Systolic array has linear processing associated paucity. There exists lack of prioritization thus issues related to asynchronous processing arise. Due to a set of slog issues which includes contingency and cascade causal failures. The paper puts up a vigorous architecture termed as “Sphere Architecture”. Here there are processors placed at multiple positions and operate in . synchronization as per assigned functionalities. It deals with most prominent drawbacks of the systolic style of processing. Application of such system are specialized processing for neural networks design, other cluster based systems.