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New cache management approach boosts application speeds by 9.5 percent

By improving the efficiency with which computer processors find and retrieve the data they need from memory, researchers from Samsung Electronics and North Carolina State University have given computer applications a speed boost of over nine percent, while reducing energy use by over four percent... Continue Reading New cache management approach boosts application speeds by 9.
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