Stanford Ultra Low Power Cmos

@inproceedings{Burr1995StanfordUL,
  title={Stanford Ultra Low Power Cmos},
  author={Jim Burr},
  year={1995}
}
Stanford has been developing a low voltage CMOS technology which could have a signiicant impact on a wide range of products from personal digital assistants to volume silicon supercomputers. The technology achieves a unique combination of high performance and low energy per operation by combining aggressive voltage scaling with process optimization. The approach is based on the insight that the overall energy in the system can be minimized by balancing the leakage and switching energy. This… CONTINUE READING
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