SPEC awards, graphics

More 2009 SPECtacular awards. Sometimes even success doesn't succeed, at first. SPEC developed a workstation energy consumption benchmark, and a lot of people worked extra hard to deliver it in time for EPA to consider using it in the Energy Star program which is being extended beyond PC's to also include workstations, servers, thin clients, and storage. Although EPA decided not to use our test for the workstation program at this time, the work is still important and I am confident it will be used in some way. A graphics processor can easily use more energy than a CPU, especially a high performance accelerated 3D processor. For their exceptional work in producing this benchmark I thank David Reiner of AMD, Joerg Grosshennig of Fujitsu Technology Solutions, Paul Besl of Intel, and an engineer from NVIDIA.

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I am a software engineer in San Diego, president of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (spec.org), formerly a mathematician and a violist.

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