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PC platform power distribution system-past application, today's challenge and future direction

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4 Author(s)
Drobnik, J. ; Platform Archit. Lab., Intel Corp., Portland, OR, USA ; Huang, L. ; Jain, P. ; Steigerwald, R.

Segments of the PC industry have gone through dramatic changes. The future is even more challenging. Centralized DC power distribution has been extensively applied in most PC platforms today. This paper addresses limitations with conventional PC power distribution. Some processor roadmaps anticipate that PC platform power distribution will be analyzed and discussed in detail in the next five to ten years. This paper discusses future development direction and some novel design approaches

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Telecommunication Energy Conference, 1999. INTELEC '99. The 21st International

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Jun 1999

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