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Current Options to Address Power and Cooling Challenges Multicore Processor Technology

@inproceedings{Fruehe2005CurrentOT,
  title={Current Options to Address Power and Cooling Challenges Multicore Processor Technology},
  author={J. Fruehe},
  year={2005}
}
Server density has grown dramatically over the past decade to keep pace with escalating performance requirements for enterprise applications. Ongoing progress in processor designs has enabled servers to continue delivering increased performance, which in turn helps fuel the powerful applications that support rapid business growth. However, increased performance incurs a corresponding increase in processor power consumption—and heat is a consequence of power use. As a result, administrators must… 

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