Memory power management via dynamic voltage/frequency scaling

  title={Memory power management via dynamic voltage/frequency scaling},
  author={Howard David and Chris Fallin and Eugene Gorbatov and Ulf R. Hanebutte and Onur Mutlu},
Energy efficiency and energy-proportional computing have become a central focus in enterprise server architecture. As thermal and electrical constraints limit system power, and datacenter operators become more conscious of energy costs, energy efficiency becomes important across the whole system. There are many proposals to scale energy at the datacenter and server level. However, one significant component of server power, the memory system, remains largely unaddressed. We propose memory… CONTINUE READING
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