LOS GATOS, CA--(Marketwire -10/31/11)- SuVolta, Inc., a developer of scalable low-power CMOS technologies, today announced that Dr. Robert Rogenmoser, SuVolta's senior vice president of product development and engineering, will join industry experts and academia in presenting the benefits of low-power circuit design at the 2nd Berkeley Symposium on Energy Efficient Electronic Systems.
On November 3, Dr. Rogenmoser will discuss the negative impact of high transistor variability on power and performance, and its effect on energy efficiency. Dr. Rogenmoser's presentation is titled "Low Transistor Variability - The Key to Energy Efficient ICs."
SuVolta recently announced its Deeply Depleted Channel™ (DDC) device technology and PowerShrink™ low-power CMOS platform, which reduces IC power consumption by 50 percent or more while maintaining circuit performance. The novel DDC transistor structure enables scaling (reduction) of two of the most critical transistor parameters -- scaling of supply voltage, and scaling of transistor size to the sub-20nm node and smaller -- yet it remains compatible with existing fabrication facilities and design technologies.
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About the Berkeley Symposium of Energy Efficient Electronic Systems
The Berkeley Symposium on Energy Efficient Electronic Systems is sponsored by the Center for Energy Efficient Science and Technology Center, a National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center. The symposium brings together experts from around the world whose research is targeted at increasing energy efficiency for information processing systems. The 2011 event will focus on advances in devices and circuits and will be held at the University of California, Berkeley on November 3 - 4, 2011. For more information, visit http://www.e3s-center.org/events/11/sym2011-home.htm/.
About SuVolta, Inc.
SuVolta, Inc. develops and licenses scalable semiconductor technologies that enable a significant reduction in IC power consumption while maintaining performance. Based in Silicon Valley, the team includes world-class engineers and scientists with a long history of technology development and innovation to advance the semiconductor industry. The company is backed by leading venture capital firms Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), August Capital and NEA. For more information, visit www.suvolta.com.