SOURCE: AGGIOS, Inc.

AGGIOS, Inc.

March 14, 2016 09:00 ET

California Energy Commission Invests in Software-Defined Power Management Methodology and Standard

AGGIOS Receives $2M California Funding to Advance Technology and Technical Standard for Energy Efficient Electronic Devices

IRVINE, CA--(Marketwired - March 14, 2016) -  AGGIOS®, the leader in software-defined power management, announced today that it has received California Energy Commission funding to advance the software-defined power management methodology and develop prototype designs based on the upcoming IEEE P2415 unified hardware abstraction standard. The aim is to capture the best practices from the energy design of mobile devices and apply them to plug load devices to "reduce energy in set-top boxes, televisions, personal computers and game consoles," according to Commission's press release:

http://www.energy.ca.gov/releases/2016_releases/2016-03-09_efficiency_naturalgas_projects.html

"We are thankful to the Commission and the expert reviewers who selected AGGIOS for funding. Mobile, plug load and internet of things devices are rapidly converging in the ways they are built, used and their power is managed. The electronic industry is in a unique position today to unify the power management methodology and deliver the highest energy efficiency for a wide range of electronic products and applications. Commission's endorsement and investment are coming at the right time to spearhead the upcoming transformation," said Vojin Zivojnovic, President & CEO of AGGIOS.

AGGIOS, Inc., Irvine, CA (http://www.aggios.com) provides software-defined power management intellectual property, tools and services for mobile, plug load and internet of things (IoT) applications. 

Contact Information

  • AGGIOS contact:
    Davorin Mista
    email: Email contact
    phone: +1 (949) 212-0130

 
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