SoftPCM: Enhancing Energy Efficiency and Lifetime of Phase Change Memory in Video Applications via Approximate Write

@article{Fang2012SoftPCMEE,
  title={SoftPCM: Enhancing Energy Efficiency and Lifetime of Phase Change Memory in Video Applications via Approximate Write},
  author={Yuntan Fang and Huawei Li and Xiaowei Li},
  journal={2012 IEEE 21st Asian Test Symposium},
  year={2012},
  pages={131-136}
}
Modern video applications such as video codecs are memory-intensive. As an emerging non-volatile memory technology, phase change memory (PCM) will benefit video applications due to its high density, low leakage power and superior scalability. However, PCM consumes high write energy and can only sustain a limited write number. Hence it is necessary to reduce the write number of PCM for video applications. In this paper, we propose SoftPCM to enhance both energy efficiency and lifetime of PCM… CONTINUE READING
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