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ST Microelectronics Developing Implantable SOCs

Medical Product Manufacturing News announced that ST Microelectronics is developing ultra-low-power Systems On Chip (SOCs) suitable for implantable medical devices.  ST Microelectronics’ 65nm features a Vt of only 0.6V that can be used very near threshold.  The REISC processor consumes barely 10.8pJ/cycle at 0.6V.  This type of technology will certainly enable many new implantable devices that must operate at extremely low powers and squeeze every bit of juice out of their batteries or energy-harvesting means.  Click here for link to article.

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