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Green Computing with Emerging Memory

Low-Power Computation for Social Innovation

Green Computing with Emerging Memory Image

Book Details:

Series: Springer
Author:Takayuki Kawahara
Published:Sep 27 2012
Posted:Jul 21 2016
Book format:PDF
Book size:6.11 MB

Book Description:

This book describes computing innovation, using non-volatile memory for a sustainable world. It appeals to both computing engineers and device engineers by describing a new means of lower power computing innovation, without sacrificing performance over conventional low-voltage operation. Readers will be introduced to methods of design and implementation for non-volatile memory which allow computing equipment to be turned off normally when not in use and to be turned on instantly to operate with full performance when needed.

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