Power management integrated circuits (power management ICs or PMICs) are integrated circuits that perform different functions related to power management. They may have one or more functions including DC to DC conversion, battery charging, power-source selection, voltage scaling, power sequencing, and miscellaneous functions. PMICs control the flow and direction of electrical power. Electrical devices contain internal voltages and sources of external power. PMICs usually incorporate multiple functions into one IC to increase efficiency, decrease size, and create better heat dissipation.


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Virtual Reality and the ever increasing interest in life-like computer game graphics has led to the development of very advanced graphics for computers and mobile devices. With the development of these new technologies in mind, companies such as Intel, Nvidia and AMD are designing chips that work better with higher quality graphics. Improvements to chip design are being made, such as developing faster ways in which Graphic Processing Units can create and broadcast images.


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