Stanford professor posits new "law" on computer energy efficiency

09/15/2011 | TechEye.net

Jonathan Koomey, consulting professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford University, sees the need for battery life to be boosted by a factor of two every 18 months. "Koomey's Law" emulates the famous "Moore's Law," laid out by Intel co-founder Gordon Moore, which predicted that the processing power of chips would double about every 18 months.

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