Monthly Archives: June 2012

Power monitoring system leverages “dark servers” to cut data center power consumption as much as 50%

The growing discussions of “dark silicon” in SOC design came to mind as I read this article on the Phys.Org Web site about an entirely different sort of development: the creation of a power monitoring system for data centers that … Continue reading

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Jan Rabaey’s remarkable short course in Low-Power Design Essentials, Part 4

Note: This blog entry is the final installment of four covering Professor Jan Rabaey’s excellent short course in low power design given at the January, 2012 meeting of the Santa Clara Valley Chapter of the IEEE Solid State Circuits Society. … Continue reading

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