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Magnetech, one of the top chip companies in the world, has announced it will start using a custom design process for its next generation of power management chips.
The chip maker’s new process, called the Magnetec PowerMating, can significantly improve the performance and efficiency of its existing power management systems.
Magnetek is also adding more chips to its power management line-up, with the first chips due to be announced later this year.
The company says the PowerMaging can lower the total energy consumption of power systems by 20 percent.
It is also working on new designs that will reduce the overall power consumption by 20 to 25 percent.
Magenet, which Magnetepro claims is the world’s largest chipmaker, is also using the new design process.
The new chipmaker is also offering a new version of its chips with a more efficient power management chip that can lower its power consumption to less than 5 percent.
This new chip has the potential to reduce power consumption for several years to come.
Magnetech PowerMitting will also help the company to improve the efficiency of future chips, which have a power-hungry chip in the form of a large-die transistors.
With a PowerMuting chip, the chip will be more efficient in terms of its energy usage and the total number of chips it will use, but also less efficient in the total amount of power it consumes.
In addition, the new PowerMining process can help reduce the energy consumption for power-intensive applications like the manufacturing of chips and other hardware.
Magtek, a chip company with a global portfolio of chip designs and technology, is using a PowerFarming process to develop its next-generation PowerMiting chips.
The PowerMgging process uses a unique combination of heat-sensing transistors, and the chips have a new design for improved power efficiency.
Magtec will introduce PowerMing chips that will deliver power efficiencies up to 5.6 percent.
The chips will have a total power consumption of only 6.5 watts, according to Magtec.
Magtek’s chips will be made in the U.S. and will begin shipping later this month.
The PowerMacking chips will also have a higher efficiency of 5.7 percent.
The new PowerFarming process will also improve the energy efficiency of Magtek chips.
MagTek’s PowerFarms will provide an energy efficiency increase of up to 12.5 percent, Magtek said.
The Magtec PowerMying chips will include more efficient transistors and will have the potential for the chip to deliver up to 50 percent more energy.
Magtech will begin making its first chips in March.
The first chips will start shipping in early 2019.