“Architecting the future through heterogeneous computing”

  title={“Architecting the future through heterogeneous computing”},
  author={Lisa T. Su},
  journal={2013 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference Digest of Technical Papers},
Anyone wishing to drive advances in computing technology must carefully negotiate key trade-offs. First, reducing power consumption is increasingly critical. Consumers want improved battery life, size, and weight for their laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Likewise, data-center power demands and cooling costs continue to rise. Concurrent is the demand for improved performance that enables compelling new user experiences. Users want to access devices through more natural interfaces (speech and… CONTINUE READING
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