Refers to semiconductors that use moving parts (MEMS devices) and circuits that "dial up" functions as needed to conserve power. The term was coined by Dr. Nick Tredennick, former chief scientist at Altera and an editor of The Gilder Technology Report. For more information, visit www.gildertech.com. See MEMS.
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