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'Green' is a journey, not a destination
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6/24/2009   Post a comment
In its case for "Green Tech Innovation" some companies will promise more than they can deliver. There may be one semiconductor company that can deliver what they promise. Maybe.
The color of white
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6/17/2009   Post a comment
There's a lot to be said about predictions. Color them red. Then there is a lot to be said about being part of a fad. Color that green. Sometimes it's better to start over on a white canvas.
Perspiration still beats innovation
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6/10/2009   Post a comment
Powervation, the fabless semiconductor spin-out from the Circuits & Systems Research Center (CSRC) at the University of Limerick in 2006, originally received $10 million Series A round of venture capital funding led by Intel Capital and Scottish Equity Partners with Venture Tech Alliance. Next week the results of that funding will be obvious.
Power managing analog/mixed-signals
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6/3/2009   Post a comment
There's nothing "black" about the art of analog/mixed-signal design and how to manage power during a design. Sometimes it's just matter of finding the needed information.


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