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IoT systems need high integration, small form factor power conversion devices

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CameronRobertson
CameronRobertson
7/16/2018 1:45:53 AM
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It'll be interesting to think about how much more power and electricity we would need if we really wanted to have a comprehensive IoT system going on in our cities. Each network is obviously going to need a small source of power if it's going to be constantly sending data from one device to another and added up, it's really going to cost us! We had really start looking at more efficient power production methods if we're going to keep going down this path of consumption!

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