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Old 26th June 2007, 15:12   #1
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Default Intel aims to lower IO power

ONE OF THE easier sounding projects that Intel showed off at its research day is scalable IO power research. As is usual with these things, easy sounding usually means hard to implement, and dropping IO power by an order of magnitude is just that.

Like all good research, it has a pretty graph, and this one is also pretty informative as well. What Intel boffins say is that bandwidth needs are increasing exponentially, and so is IO power. An order of magnitude better is equal to about five years worth of scaling.

http://www.theinquirer.net/default.aspx?article=40582
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