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Energy-Efficient SoCs For The Zettabyte Era Using Power-Saving IP And System Design Techniques

System techniques, including virtualization, as well as design considerations and protocol improvements that can lower the energy utilization of data centers.

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As the modern world becomes increasingly connected, businesses and consumers alike are relying more and more on digital data. Behind the scenes, data centers that manage all of this digital data are a somewhat silent, yet impactful, part of this connectivity revolution. These data centers are lined with servers that process digital data for everything from social media status updates to analytics for scientific research. These servers require energy to run as well as energy to keep them cool, and the data centers are typically filled with additional machines for redundancy. In the US alone, data centers consume anywhere from 1.5% to 3% of the country’s energy production. How can the chip design industry make data centers more energy efficient? This paper examines system techniques, including virtualization, as well as design considerations and protocol improvements that can lower the energy utilization of data centers.

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