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Go, innovate, young man!
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4/29/2009   Post a comment
In 2007 Premier Farnell plc found the perfect formula for grabbing attention when it launched LiveEdge, a competition among engineers for designs that address the energy and environmental conservation fields.
Less energy to turn transistors on
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4/22/2009   Post a comment
EE Times' advanced technology editor reports on new developments in ferroelectric transistors that seem to point to a lower energy level needed to turn a transistor on.
Don't pooh-pooh the PUE
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4/13/2009   Post a comment
IC power management engineers have their work cut out: the PUE metric requires complete knowledge and understanding of each component in the data center and its power consumption.
Go read a good book!
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4/8/2009   Post a comment
Professor Gabriel Alfonso Rincón-Mora of the Georgia Institute of Technology in his book covers the entire product development cycle, from defining objectives and selecting components to layout, assembly, fine-tuning performance, and tests.


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