Systems and Methods for Managing Power Consumption and Performance of a Processor
Processor-management techniques that purposely alternate a processor between an operating state and a non-operating state while the processor is executing the workload. The techniques leverage the "ultra-low-power" non-operating states of many processors to provide predictable power and/or frequency control of the processor. These techniques can provide better performance than known clock-throttling and dynamic voltage and frequency scaling schemes for controlling processors.
HARCHOL-BALTER MOR [US]; GANDHI ANSHUL [US]
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