405LP

405LP

A low-power PowerPC chip from IBM that is designed to extend battery life. It turns off areas on the chip that are not used and reactivates them instantly when required. The 405LP was introduced in October 2001.
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The research team at the center has led several efforts, including the design and implementation of the 405LP ultra-low power embedded PowerPC processor, and the prototype of the Super Dense Server, an energy-efficient computing cluster.
Called the IBM PowerPC 405LP, the chip's innovations make it ideal for battery-powered portable consumer electronic devices.
The 405LP reduces active power by dynamically scaling processor performance to the level required to support the application.