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Our MissionLow-Power Engineering (LPE) was created by chip architects, engineers and journalists to shed light on the incredibly complex issues surrounding power in semiconductor design. LPE consists of a monthly newsletter, weekly supplements, videos, research results and roundtable discussions, and a portal that serves as a forum for exchanging ideas and answering questions about deep technology issues.

All stories are professionally written or edited by independent journalists and engineers with deep industry knowledge and experience.

Low-Power Engineering is part of the Chip Design network owned by  Extension Media LLC.  Extension Media is a privately held business-to-business media company and a provider of valuable information, insight and marketing solutions that serve readers and clients around the world.  Extension Media operates over 50 business-to-business magazines, engineers’ guides, email newsletters, web sites and conferences that address high-technology industry platforms and emerging technologies such as chip design, semiconductor manufacturing, embedded systems, software, architectures and industry standards.  Media programs include Chip Design, ChipDesignMag.com, SLDCommunity.com, Low Power Engineering.com, Solid State Technology, SemiMD.com, The ConFan Conference, EECatalog.com, Embedded Intel® Solutions, Embedded Intel® Solutions China, EmbeddedIntel.com and the Multicore Developers Conference.

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blogger John Blyler, Vice President and Editor-in-Chief jblyler@extensionmedia.com John Blyler has worked in the electronics industry for over 26 years including the position of Editor on Chip Design and Embedded Intel® Solutions.  He is also the former senior editor for Wireless Systems Design (WSD) magazine, as well as the executive editor for the Wireless Watch e-Newsletter. Prior to his work on WSD, John wrote for the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement (I&M) magazine.  In addition to print magazine and electronic media, John has written several books. His first work dealt with the technical aspects of systems engineering: “What’s Size Got To Do With It: Understanding Computer Systems” (Wiley).  John continues to teach graduate-level systems and software engineering courses on a part-time basis for Portland State University.


Caroline Hayes, Contributing Editor chayes@extensionmedia.com Caroline Hayes has been writing about the electronics industry for over 20 years, covering European, US and Asia technology and news. Formerly editor in chief, EPN Reed France, she has also held the position of editor Electronic Product Design, IML Group. Previously she edited and reported for various electronics titles, with a particular focus on the semiconductor industry.

Hamilton Carter, Contributing Editor hcarter@extensionmedia.com Hamilton Carter formerly worked as an engineer at Toshiba and Cadence Design Systems. Hamilton graduated from Ohio State University.


Shannon Davis, Contributing Editor sdavis@extensionmedia.com