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Integrated Analog at the 2014 ISSCC

Doug Grant
samicksha
samicksha
2/5/2014 12:29:59 AM
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Re: Keep on the lookout for integrated sensor-analog
Year 2013 we dedicated as SoC innovation, this year i want to see gilmpse Robots working in our datacenter.

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samicksha
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2/5/2014 12:29:33 AM
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Re: Keep on the lookout for integrated sensor-analog
Year 2013 we dedicated as SoC innovation, this year i want to see gilmpse Robots working in our datacenter.

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Netcrawl
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2/4/2014 9:13:36 PM
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Re: Keep on the lookout for integrated sensor-analog
@samicksha you're right about  the new of challenges we face, performance optimization drove us to energy limit, now the gates is slowing down the challenges even get tougher, previous energy limits were overcome by changing technology and new archtectures.    

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samicksha
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2/4/2014 6:51:54 AM
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I agree, we have number of technologies and trends approaching this year, Cloud evolving rapidly, BYOD already on force, this will definately create challenge for systems designers to consider new architectures and will also require advances in circuit.

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Netcrawl
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2/4/2014 1:48:09 AM
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Re: Keep on the lookout for integrated sensor-analog
@Doug its a "must see event of the year", we have so many development here especially in the sensor technology, smart sensors are getting toomuch buzz these days due to IoE, I think we going to expect something big and new in this space. 

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2/4/2014 1:28:12 AM
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Keep on the lookout for integrated sensor-analog
@Doug--I won't get to ISSCC but I hope some of our members here do.  To all those who are going, I hope you look around for examples of integration of analog (and digital) with sensors into smart sensors etc.  I expect we should see more and more of that due to IoE (Internet of Everything).

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