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Reducing Carbon Emissions: From SoC Development through Product Deployment and End-of-Life


Oct 20
19:30 - 19:55

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The IC industry is set to consume 20% of the world's energy supply in 2050, driven largely by data centers. While run-time power requirements continue to decrease, other factors increase carbon emissions: IP verification, SoC manufacturing, and shipping costs to name a few.

In this talk we will propose a framework for the Arm ecosystem to quantitatively and qualitatively assess how to reduce carbon emissions over the total lifecycle of a product, and why it is our responsibility to do so.
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