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Leveraging Power Reduction Techniques for MCU Based SoCs

Leveraging Power Reduction Techniques for MCU Based SoCs
by Daniel Nenni on 07-16-2015 at 12:00 pm

Dolphin Integration launched a new 32-bit microcontroller, RISC-351 Zephyr, targeting low-power SoCs for IoT-like competitive markets taking into consideration three angles for optimization of power consumption: architectural, memory and software.

Architecture Angle
As a reminder, 8-bit versus 16-bit versus 32-bit… Read More