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Reversible computing may improve mobile performance

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Researchers are working hard at developing one of the first reversible computers, a machine that promises to reduce energy consumption and thereby enable performance improvements in cellular telephones, laptops, and other battery-operated devices. Reversible computers, also called adiabatic systems, recycle their energy and thus emit very little heat. This lets computing power grow without hitting the technology wall created by high-performance chips releasing large amounts of heat.

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Computer  (Volume:37 ,  Issue: 3 )