A workload independent energy reduction strategy for D-NUCA caches

@article{Foglia2013AWI,
  title={A workload independent energy reduction strategy for D-NUCA caches},
  author={Pierfrancesco Foglia and Manuel Comparetti},
  journal={The Journal of Supercomputing},
  year={2013},
  volume={68},
  pages={157-182}
}
Wire delays and leakage energy consumption are both growing problems in the design of large on chip caches built in deep submicron technologies. D-NUCA caches (Dynamic-Nonuniform Cache Architecture) exploit an aggressive subbanking of the cache and a migration mechanism to speed up frequently accessed data access latency, to limit wire delays effects on performances. Way Adaptable D-NUCA is a leakage power reduction technique specifically suited for D-NUCA caches. It dynamically varies the… CONTINUE READING
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