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TI opens power management reference library

8/11/2011 11:27 AM EDT
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re: TI opens power management reference library
BLinder   8/16/2011 8:10:14 PM
Hats off to TI for driving this initiative. There is so much confusion in the power management market with low budget providers who have entered this arena, and then can not support the customer with robust design solutions, applications people, software drivers, and validation of user cases to ensure integrity of user operations. Buyer beware when you mate your CPU with a power management provider and then get stung with product returns, warranty fall-out and frustrated consumers.

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