SuVolta to Discuss the Latest Advances in Device Technology at ARM(R) TechCon 2011
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SuVolta to Discuss the Latest Advances in Device Technology at ARM(R) TechCon 2011

LOS GATOS, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- Oct 04, 2011 -- SuVolta, Inc., a developer of low-power CMOS semiconductor technologies, today announced that its Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Scott Thompson, will join industry experts in presenting papers and the latest advancements in technology and IC design at ARM® TechCon 2011.

On October 25, Dr. Thompson will provide an overview of advanced transistor technologies, comparing FinFET, SOI, and planar, bulk technologies at the 22nm node and below. Dr. Thompson will discuss the advantages and limitations of each technology, along with the applicability for SoC (system on chip) implementation.

SuVolta recently announced its Deeply Depleted Channel™ (DDC) transistor technology and PowerShrink™ low-power CMOS platform, which reduces IC power consumption by 50 percent or more while maintaining circuit performance. The novel DDC transistor structure enables scaling (reduction) of two of the most critical transistor parameters -- scaling of supply voltage, and scaling of transistor size to the sub-20nm node -- yet it remains compatible with existing fabrication facilities and design technologies.

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ARM TechCon is the premier event to connect, instruct, advise and enable the world of electronic and computer design. The conference includes more than 150 sessions lead by industry experts teaching the latest strategies and techniques for designing or developing with ARM. ARM TechCon will be held at the Santa Clara Convention Center, in Santa Clara, California on October 25 - 27, 2011. For more information, visit

About SuVolta, Inc.

SuVolta, Inc. develops and licenses semiconductor technologies that enable a significant reduction in IC power consumption while maintaining performance. Based in Silicon Valley, the team includes world-class engineers and scientists with a long history of technology development and innovation to advance the semiconductor industry. The company is backed by leading venture capital firms Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), August Capital and NEA. For more information, visit

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