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How “Point of Load”​ VRs are no Longer at the Point of Load for CPUs and GPUs

How “Point of Load”​ VRs are no Longer at the Point of Load for CPUs and GPUs

Point of Load (PoL) was coined to describe a decentralized power architecture scheme where the power regulators are placed (as the name suggests) near the point of load

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How Vicor is Transforming Datacenters from 12V to 48V

How Vicor is Transforming Datacenters from 12V to 48V

Announcements by Google at the OpenPOWER Summit and the Open Compute Project (OCP) U.S. Summit are recent industry proof points of a shift to 48V server and infrastructure.

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Optimizing the Integration of Point-of-Load Buck Converters

Optimizing the Integration of Point-of-Load Buck Converters

As electronic products have grown in complexity with highly evolved feature sets, system designers by necessity have developed correspondingly sophisticated schemes for load and power management.

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Embedded World Post Show Thoughts

Embedded World Post Show Thoughts

I had a chance to visit the Embedded World show last week in Nuremberg, Germany.

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