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Compute performance must continue to scale to meet the growing proliferation of computing capability and the reduced price per performance expected from computing systems manufacturers. Indeed, we have already witnessed over 5 orders of magnitude improvement in performance-per-dollar over the last three decades, well in excess of the improvements delivered by technology scaling alone. "Redshift" applications are those that are underserved by Moore's law, and require continued scaling and improvements in efficiencies at the system level. Examples of such applications include content servers and high-performance computing.