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Startup Claims its CMOS Tech Cuts Power Consumption by half

A newly unveiled startup says it has devised a CMOS platform that can cut the active power consumption of & a wide range of integrated circuit products& by half, and leakage power consumption by up to five times. SuVolta says its & PowerShrink& platform has already been licensed by Fujitsu, which will offer it in 65nm products in 2012....

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