Create Custom “Housekeeping” Chips To Consolidate Functions (.PDF Download)

Feb. 11, 2013

Successive generations of portable consumer products create new headaches for system and chip designers as speed, functionality, and I/O functionality escalate. Moore’s Law continues to meet the required jumps in digital processing capability. Added peripheral and memory functionality often requires a corresponding increase in system components, though, increasing the size, mechanical complexity, weight, and power requirements across the system, raising costs and reducing margins.

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