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CHiL Semiconductor Products Added to AMD Approved Vendor List

Tewksbury, MA (PRWEB) January 19, 2010

CHiL Semiconductor Corporation (, a leading developer of high-performance, mixed-signal power management integrated circuits, announces that AMD has added CHiL to its approved vendor list.

AMD determined that CHiL Semiconductor Corporation’s products meet AMD’s rigorous power and interface protocol specifications. CHiL is introducing a range of products for server, desktop and graphics that support AMD operation modes in the first quarter of 2010. CHiL’s automatic efficiency algorithms will significantly improve AMD-based system efficiency. By optimizing efficiency at all load currents, businesses and consumers will achieve considerable operations cost savings. Built-in current sensing and balancing features further ensure that system stability is optimized.

To further enhance “green” computing, CHiL Semiconductor Corporation’s products also provide the highest board density available and significantly reduce component count. This results in the most environmentally friendly solution possible because it reduces electronic waste.

According to Larry Spaziani, vice president of marketing and business development, “CHiL Semiconductor Corporation is very pleased to be added to AMD’s approved vendor list. We have introduced automatic power savings modes that enhance system efficiency in AMD systems above and beyond Energy Star and other industry standards.” He added, “Our customers will realize significantly improved power savings and circuit density using CHiL’s Digital Power management control integrated circuits in AMD server, desktop and graphics applications, including powering the memory.”

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