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2013-09-23 Ambiq to sample out sub-threshold ARM MCUs by 2014
Ambiq is designing mixed-signal devices based on the Cortex-M0+ core from ARM that are tailored for emerging applications where power consumption is critical
2015-01-21 Sub-threshold design challenges low-power paradigm
Ambiq's Apollo family of 32bit ARM Cortex-M4F MCUs consume 5-10 times less power than comparable MCUs
2010-11-15 MCU startup gets VC funding from ARM, Cisco
New microcontroller developer Ambiq Micro Inc. reports its has received $2.4 million in venture capital funding from ARM Holdings plc, Cisco Inc. and other investors.
2015-01-07 Using sub-threshold techniques for IC design
The use of sub-threshold techniques can be a powerful way to create circuits that consume dramatically less energy than those built using standard design practices.
2015-12-29 Startup raises $16.5M for self-powering IoT systems
PsiKick has designed a proof-of-concept wireless sensor node system-chip using conventional EDA tools and a 130nm mixed-signal CMOS that operates with sub-threshold voltages.
2015-03-26 MCU battle: Low power is the name of the game
Using the EEMBC ULPBench power benchmark, introduced last year, MCU vendors have become engaged in a game of leapfrog, announcing new products with ever-improving benchmark results.
2016-02-18 Energy harvesting calls for full-spectrum MCU efficiency
Energy harvesting is becoming a practical option for an increasingly wide range of sensor-oriented designs for the internet of things. Find out why.
2015-01-09 Apple Watch battery life hits a snag
Apple did not reveal how its Apple Watch will be powered, but most likely it will use lithium-ion batteries with cobalt-oxide electrodes, which would still require users to charge the device everyday.
2015-09-10 60 start-up companies to watch in 2015
EE Times has selected 30 start-up companies to come on to version 16.1 of its list of 60 firms that are worth keeping an eye on. Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging companies.
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