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The new processor offers top performance with significant energy saving compared to current treatments
“Massachusetts Institute of technology on the development of a new processing chip tita p 110 nuclei to paradigm shift in the way the wizards mobile devices and desktops and server in terms of performance and energy conservation.
The wizard named Execution Migraine Machine idea reduce data traffic congestion within the slide which helps to do calculations faster and less energy.
“Maiszko Les” Massachusetts Institute researcher “that slide developed a chip designed for general use and is not a” speed up “like slides to graphics processing for example, adding that the slide is still in experimental stages.
And usually a lot of data transfers between the nuclei and the hidden memory (cache) in traditional processors, either in the new slide-cent to 10 nuclei, hidden memory have been replaced by a shared memory region contribute to the reduction of the number of channels for data transmission. The slide also has the ability to predict trends in data traffic which reduces the number of sessions required to transfer and process data.
“Liz” believes that this technique could be useful in mobile processors, not just computers. To reduce the data traffic within the slide to help address some of the functions known as energy consumption such as video playback, but with lower power consumption on this technique which can also help reduce the amount of data sent by a mobile device over the network.
The researchers said they had witnessed a decline in the movement of data within the slide up to 14 times, which dramatically reduces power dissipation, while performance increased by 25 percent compared to conventional slides used today.
The researchers did not specify expected to put up a slide like this for commercial use.
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