Low-power System-on-Chip Processors for Energy Efficient High Performance Computing: The Texas Instruments Keystone II
The High Performance Computing (HPC) community recognizes energy consumption as a major problem. Extensive research is underway to identify means to increase energy efficiency of HPC systems including consideration of alternative building blocks for future systems. This thesis considers one such system, the Texas Instruments Keystone II, a heterogeneous Low-Power System-on-Chip (LPSoC) processor that combines a quad core ARM CPU with an octa-core Digital...[Show more]
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