1. 1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1.0 Executive Summary
1.1 Research Scope
1.2 Research Methodology
1.3 Predictions for Low-power Electronics
1.4 Key Findings - Technology Impact, Market Potential
1.5 Key Findings - Applications Diversity

2. 2.0 LOW POWER ELECTRONICS - A SNEAK PREVIEW

2.0 Low Power Electronics - A Sneak Preview
2.1 Shrinking Transistor Size has Resulted in Increase in Power Leakage Issues
2.2 Factors Driving the Growth of Low-power Electronics
2.3 Power Dissipation Types in Electronic Circuits - Static, Dynamic and Short-Circuit
2.4 Technology Strategies - Design and Power Optimization, Materials, and Device Technologies

3. 3.0 LOW-POWER DESIGN AND POWER OPTIMIZATION AND STRATEGIES

3.0 Low-power Design and Power Optimization and Strategies
3.1 System-level Power Optimization
3.2 Algorithm-level Power Optimization
3.3 Architecture-level Power Optimization
3.4 Circuit-level Power Optimization
3.5 Technology-level Power Optimization

4. 4.0 MATERIALS FOR LOW-POWER ELECTRONICS

4.0 Materials for Low-power Electronics
4.1 Indium Gallium Arsenide - The Fast Transistors
4.2 Molybdenum Disulfide Enabling Flexible Transistors
4.3 Graphene - The Wonder Material for Low-power Electronics

5. 5.0 PARALLEL LOW-POWER TECHNOLOGIES

5.0 Parallel Low-power Technologies
5.1 Spintronics-An Alternative to Solid State Silicon Technology
5.2 Micro-electromechanical Systems (MEMS) for Low-power Electronics
5.3 Three-dimensional Integrated Circuits for Low-power Processing at High Speeds

6. 6.0 KEY INNOVATIONS

6.0 Key Innovations
6.1 Squishy Transistors
6.2 Super Low-power Wi-Fi
6.3 3D-MAPS Processor
6.4 Metallic Graphene Nanoribbons
6.5 Energy-Efficient Tunnel FET Switches and Circuits
6.6 Spin Dynamics in Molybdenum Disulfide
6.7 Ultrafast, Low-power Photonic Transistor
6.8 High-Performance Polymer Insulators for FET
6.9 Low-Current Spintronic Device

7. 7.0 APPLICATION LANDSCAPE

7.0 Application Landscape
7.1 Low-power Electronics in Consumer Electronics Devices
7.2 Low-power Electronics in Computing Devices
7.3 Low-power Electronics in Sensors, Communication Devices, and Medical Devices

8. 8.0 STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVES

8.0 Strategic Perspectives
8.1 Future of Low-power Electronics - 3D ICs, Graphene, and Silicon Electronics
8.2 Future of Low-power Electronics - MEMS, Spintronics, and Indium Gallium Arsenide
8.3 Strategic Insights - NPD, Economies of Scale, and Future Opportunities

9. 9.0 KEY PATENTS

9.0 Key Patents
9.1 Key Patents - Spintronics and ADC
9.2 Key Patents - Low Power Information Processing and Spin-Orbit Logic
9.3 Key Patents - Spin Torque RAM and IC with Interposer Die
9.4 Key Patents - MoS2
9.5 Key Patents - GaAs and Laser

10. 10.0 KEY CONTACTS

10.0 Key Contacts
10.1 Key Contacts
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11. 11.0 THE FROST & SULLIVAN STORY

11.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story
11.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story
11.2 Global Perspective
11.3 Industry Convergence
11.4 360ยบ Research Perspective
11.5 Implementation Excellence
11.6 Our Blue Ocean Strategy