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Title : Formal Verification for Challenging Low-Power Designs
Company : Jasper Design Automation
Date : 27-May-2010
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Low-power designs have become ubiquitous in today’s world. Designers of consumer and mobile products create aggressive low-power designs to compete on extended battery life. Tethered device designers (e.g., servers and routers) want to reduce cost of ownership. Consumers are also more conscious of “green” design in every area of electronics. Today, low-power designs are so popular that nine of ten new designs implement one or more power management techniques. In fact, every consumer device employs low-power techniques such as clock gating, multiple threshold voltages, and power shut down.
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