Neha Gholkar

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As we approach the exascale era, power has become a primary bottleneck. The US Department of Energy has set a power constraint of 20MW on each exascale machine. To be able achieve one exaflop under this constraint, it is necessary that we use power intelligently to maximize performance under a power constraint. Most production-level parallel applications(More)
With the supercomputing community headed toward the era of exascale computing, power has become one of the foremost concern. Today's fastest supercomputer, Tianhe-2, already consumes 17.8MW to achieves a peak performance of 33.86PFlops [1]. At least an order of magnitude improvement in performance while maintaining the power envelope is required for(More)
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