Buffering Implications for the Design Space of Streaming MEMS Storage


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Khatib, Mohammed G. and Abelmann, Leon (2011) Buffering Implications for the Design Space of Streaming MEMS Storage. In: Design, Automation & Test in Europe, DATE 2011, 14-18 March 2011, Grenoble, France (pp. pp. 253-256).

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Abstract:Emerging nanotechnology-based systems encounter
new non-functional requirements. This work addresses MEMS
storage, an emerging technology that promises ultrahigh density and energy-efficient storage devices. We study the buffering requirement of MEMS storage in streaming applications. We show that capacity and lifetime of a MEMS device dictate the buffer size most of the time. Our study shows that trading off 10% of the optimal energy saving of a MEMS device reduces its buffer capacity by up to three orders of magnitude.
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