Fundamental Limits on Run-time Power Management Algoriths for MPSoCs.- Reliable Networks-on-Chip Design for Sustainable Computing Systems.- Energy Adaptive Computing for a Sustainable ICT Ecosystem.- Implementing the Data Center Energy Productivity Metric in a High Performance Computing Data Center.- Sustainable Dynamic Application Hosting Across Geographically Distributed Data Centers.- Barely Alive Servers: Greener Datacenters through Memory-Accessible, Low-Power States.- Energy Storage System Design for Green-Energy Cyber Physical Systems.- Sensor Network Protocols for Greener Smart Environments.- Claremont -- A solar-powered Near-Threshold Voltage IA-32 Processor.
This book provides a comprehensive guide to the design of sustainable and green computing systems (GSC). Coverage includes important breakthroughs in various aspects of GSC, including multi-core architectures, interconnection technology, data centers, high performance computing (HPC), and sensor networks. The authors address the challenges of power efficiency and sustainability in various contexts, including system design, computer architecture, programming languages, compilers and networking.
Offers readers a single-source reference for addressing the challenges of power efficiency and sustainability in embedded computing systems
Provides in-depth coverage of the key underlying design technologies for green and sustainable computing
Covers a wide range of topics, from chip-level design to architectures, computing systems, and networks