dynamic silicon


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dynamic silicon

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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Founded by George Gilder in 1995, it produces strategic information tools for high-tech managers and investors, including the Gilder Technology Report (co-published with Forbes, Inc), the Huber Mills Digital Power Report, the Gilder Biotech Report, and Dynamic Silicon newsletters.
They're well positioned at a key point in the new trend toward dynamic silicon.
Gilder Publishing's enterprises include the Gilder Technology Report, Telecosm and the New Economy Watch, publishing jointly with Forbes, the Huber-Mills Digital Power Report, Nick Tredennick's Dynamic Silicon and The American Spectator magazine.
Special guests appearing at Storewidth 2001 include David Gelernter, Chief Scientist of Mirror Worlds Technologies, Nick Tredennick, author of Dynamic Silicon and Milo Medin, CTO of Excite@Home (ATHM).
Gilder Publishing's enterprises include the Gilder Technology Report and the New Economy Watch, published jointly with Forbes, the Huber-Mills Digital Power Report, Nick Tredennick's Dynamic Silicon and The American Spectator magazine.
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