High Power Density In a Small Form Factor

Sophisticated high power density digital integrated circuits (ICs), such as graphics processor units (GPUs) and field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), can be found in a broad range of feature-rich electronic environments, including automotive, medical, and telecom.

In consumer electronics, the demand for Internet of Things (IoT) functionality, sophisticated graphic engine functionality, and machine-to-machine (M2M) functionality call for advanced digital ICs.

Digital IC’s are powerful, yet can be temperamental, especially regarding power requirements. Recent power conversion innovations have introduced high power monolithic switching regulators that are able to power digital ICs with low noise and high efficiency while minimizing space requirements.

 

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