Power consumption, supply voltage, junction temperature, system cooling requirements, and processor clock rate are all physically and thermodynamically related. By understanding the relationships, system cost and complexity trade-offs, and resource requirements, system designers can strike a better balance between requirements. See how you can incorporate emergent cooling and adaptive power control methods into embedded system designs.
Balancing Power, Cooling, and Performance
2005-05-30 General Development 11 Comments
(shakes head and considers emulating Wonko the Sane)
Gimme a break, i thought it was “somehow” interesting.
Sorry for being sincere.
Just the jargon. I’m trying to figure out how a cooling system could ever be described as ’emergent’ with a straight face.
I simply agree.
i saw http://slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=151108&cid=12677558“>this at slashdot and it looks like its from david adams! he’s resigning as an osnews.com editor for the bad article he posted! i cant believe this is happenening! david adams has always been one of the greatest contributors to this site and it saddens me to see that he’s quitting his job here over such a minor incident!
resigning heck he should be fired, in public and loudly
I dont know how he could, at least not immediately since eugenia is on vacation…
and i thought he was publisher not editor… geez he cant even get that right
david adams owns osnews…..
Could OSNews please stop posting worthless IBM-articles? Every article had an interesting title but was really really boring.
You think that David actually resigned because of that Slashdot post? I think sarcasm is lost on you.
and he has dropped the newmobilecomputing tooo… guess he will just kick back and vacation or something…