Two TIers with extensive insight into TI’s innovative work in energy consumption and low power are speaking on panels at the 49th annual Design Automation Conference. The conference, scheduled for June 3-7 in San Francisco, attracts leading designers of electronic circuits and systems as well as those for EDA and silicon solutions.
David Greenhill, director of design technology and EDA in TI’s Wireless business unit, will present “Hot Apps, Cool Phones: Power-Efficient Mobile Design” on Wednesday, June 6. Greenhill’s presentation will focus on what impacts power consumption at the system level.
On June 4, Clive Bittlestone, a TI Fellow who works in the Systems and Applications R&D lab and Kilby Labs, was part of a panel entitled “Low Power to the People!”. Finding ways to develop products that operate on less power is certainly a challenge facing today’s designers, and continued innovation in energy efficiency and low power is required to enable tomorrow’s applications. Bittlestone discussed the various methods used to manage power as well as the challenges designers face in doing so, and solutions.
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