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[CNet] SuVolta emerges with low-power chip technology

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A semiconductor start-up has emerged from stealth mode with designs on making processors more power-efficient.

Silicon Valley-based SuVolta is launching today with its PowerShrink low-power platform. The company claims that PowerShrink helps to reduce chip power consumption by 50 percent or more without causing any deterioration in a device's performance.
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Needs [CNET] tag in front of title and a quick quote snippet.

OT: More competition is great!

EDIT: Ah, its just tech FOR low power chips...or just chips in general. Possibly a good company to invest in if they are or were to go public. They are licensing to their tech and only Fujitsu has bitten so far....Fujitsu has chips?!?
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AMD should aquire these ^^, would be quite beastly
    
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Now that it's out of stealth mode, SuVolta expects to see PowerShrink in production next year, though rather than develop processors on its own, it says that it will license the technology to semiconductor companies. Fujitsu announced today that it has licensed the technology from SuVolta, making it the first to publicly confirm support for the offering.
So basically some scientist borrowed money from an Entrepreneur or Corporation to start-up his company and plans to sell the tech, the company will never be competitive, they are only making the tech and selling the license to use it..

This story sounds good for Enterprises, but Enthusiast always love MO POWA!
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