Power Considerations in Network Processor Design

Abstract

Network processors are commonly implemented as systems-on-a-chip with multiple processors, caches, memory interfaces and I/O components on a single chip. Networking workloads lend themselves to exploiting high levels of parallelism with these chipmultiprocessors. The constraints of such a system lie in the maximum chip area and the maximum power consumption… (More)

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@inproceedings{Franklin2003PowerCI, title={Power Considerations in Network Processor Design}, author={Mark A. Franklin and Tilman Wolf}, year={2003} }