ST joins MIT, ultra-low-power MCU devices group

Deffree, Suzanne
November 2008
Electronic News;11/24/2008, Vol. 54 Issue 47, p15
Trade Publication
The article reports that STMicroelectronics NV (ST) has joined the Microsystems Industrial Group (MIG) industry consortium of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Elio Guidetti, director for ultra-low-power platforms at ST, expects that the company's membership to able them to push its research efforts to fully exploit a threshold technology and attain actual power consumption limits through energy-efficient system-on-chip solutions.


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