Friday, February 17, 2012

TI to present several papers at ISSCC

DALLAS, USA: Next week at the prestigious International Solid State Technology Conference (ISSCC) in San Francisco, Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) is presenting several papers and participating in presentations to outline accomplishments and opportunities in areas of low power, energy management and improved energy efficiency.

"Across our innovative semiconductor product portfolio, TI is solving challenges related to low power and energy efficiency," said Gene Frantz, Principal Fellow at TI and creator of "Gene's Law" which states the power efficiency of integrated circuits (ICs) doubles every 18 months. "Applications like cloud computing, medical and consumer electronics will continue to require creative solutions for energy conversion, improved signal path functionality and energy transmission. At ISSCC, many of TI's brightest minds will outline ways the company is addressing these issues."

TI has driven advancements in low power for more than 20 years, starting with the company's early focus on battery life requirements for calculators, and continuing today based on demand for low power, energy efficient solutions for advanced smartphones and many other devices.

TI is transforming power through energy management innovation in areas such as energy generation, conversion, distribution and control of energy demand and resources. The company's dedicated energy lab is the focal point for intelligent energy conversion and management systems for accessible and cost-effective power delivery.

Projects in the labs have evaluated energy harvesting technology and energy conversion from solar to electricity, as well as bringing in new semiconductor materials technologies to achieve higher power densities, voltages and efficiency levels that will be needed in the future. Other research and development teams throughout TI's businesses also contribute to TI's commitment to meet customer needs. TI's work includes partnerships with universities and consortia to explore and incubate new ideas.

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