Monthly Archives: August 2011

Imagine no uninterruptible power supplies. I wonder if you can. A sad story of six fried hard disk drives

This is the story of six fried hard disk drives and why they died needlessly of heat failure as told to me by my good friend Ron Sartore, founder and CEO of AgigA Tech, at this month’s Flash Memory Summit. … Continue reading

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Texas Instruments’ PowerStack package proves that low power is a killer app for 3D packaging

When you’re trying to eke every percentage of efficiency from a design, you leave no stone unturned. Yet an IC package is often a stone left unturned because it’s often entirely under the control of the chip vendor and besides, … Continue reading

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