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Take the guesswork out of determining power consumption. By Stuart Cording.

Society in general is focusing ever more closely on energy use and on energy efficient products. So it’s no surprise to learn that power consumption is a topic that never fails to arise during conversations with customers.
On the face of it, minimising the amount of power an application uses seems a simple problem; we simply need to choose the lowest power consumption products on the market and use them to implement our application. However, when you dig a little deeper, the complexity of the power problem starts to become apparent

Stuart Cording

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