Improving the Energy Efficiency of High-Performance Server Systems
Total system energy is often dominated by microprocessor power consumption. However, the need for increased memory capacity in high-performance server systems requires integrated support for additional memory devices. Moore's Law implies these devices will achieve higher densities at the expense of power and energy.
Proceedings of the Twentieth ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles
Tolentino, Matthew E. and Cameron, Kirk W., "Improving the Energy Efficiency of High-Performance Server Systems" (2005). Institute of Technology Publications. 35.
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