23 Jul '13, 4pm

Ajay Bhatt: Intel’s Rock-Star Inventor

Well, that’s not the right way of solving the problem. You know, we didn’t want computers to be luggable. We still want computers to be very sleek, lightweight, attractive, yet have a good dynamic range when it comes to performance. So adjust the power consumption of the computer based on the tasks that you’re doing. Of course there are certain tasks that are very, very demanding, and we want to provide that level of processing power to support the most demanding application. At the same time, when you’re doing some simple browsing or word-processing kind of tasks, then we want it to be much more power efficient. So we want to provide power efficiency while maintaining reasonable size and weight and temperature of the device.

Full article: http://spectrum.ieee.org/podcast/computing/hardware/ajay-...


Who was the inventor?

edn.com 31 Jul '13, 4pm

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