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In this work, we consider the potential of processing at the semiconductor edge by allowing voltage over-scaling and complete antenna signal failures, focusing on the per-antenna digital functionality that dominant the DSP complexity. The impact of the resulting hardware errors on the performance of Massive MIMO transmission is analyzed. It shows that the inherent redundancy in the system brings a solid tolerance to sporadic hardware errors. Potential control tactics are introduced, that could further optimize the operation of the error-prone circuitry.