Energy-Efficiency Trends

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Demand for mobile functionality to achieve enhanced productivity, a better social-networking experience and improved multimedia quality continues to drive innovation in technologies that will deliver these objectives in an energy and cost-efficient manner. Subcommittee chair Stephen Kosonocky of AMD in Fort Collins, CO, writes on energy efficient digital trends of 2013, as well as another area of growing importance: energy harvesting. Read more.

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