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UCSD Scientists’ Software Enables PCs to Work While They ‘Sleep’

TECHNOLOGY: Energy-Saving System Has Commercial Potential By SHANNON STRYBEL Monday, July 5, 2010
   
Yuvraj Agarwal displays the technology behind the SleepServer software he developed with fellow computer scientists at UCSD.

Yuvraj Agarwal displays the technology behind the SleepServer software he developed with fellow computer scientists at UCSD.

Software primarily developed by scientist Yuvraj Agarwal allows desktop computers to operate while in sleep mode — a tool that could reduce energy consumption of administrative networks by approximately 60 percent and save organizations $60 per year per computer...

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