7.0 Special Day Keynote on "High-Performance Low-Power Computing"

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Date: Wednesday 20 March 2013
Time: 13:30 - 14:00
Location / Room: Oisans

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John Goodacre, ARM, UK
Abstract: Since the first mobile computer, power efficiency was a key measure for success. As the need for performance ever increases, the energy cost of performance has metric well beyond just the life of the battery in mobile. Energy efficiency is now the driver in most consumer products, the compute density of a server, and has become the primary limit in the delivery of high performance. During this talk we will consider the various power related limitations of compute while discovering how the techniques and new capabilities introduced into mobile computing also bring the flexibility to address the limitations of the traditional computing approach.
14:00End of session
16:00Coffee Break in Exhibition Hall
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