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Learn More about Power Component Design Methodology at electronica 2014

October 1, 2014
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Learn More about Power Component Design Methodology at electronica 2014

electronica 2014, the world’s leading trade fair for technology components, systems, and applications, is just 40 days away.  We’re working hard to make sure everything is ready for 11 November, with new products, interesting content and a great stand (if we can say so ourselves) to be finalized, all of which will help visitors learn more about power component design methodology. And this year we’ve moved to the semiconductor Hall, A5, Booth 237.  If you’re planning to visit the show this year, why not come and visit.  You’ll be able to discuss your requirements with...

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Stephen Oliver to Present PSMA Power Technology Roadmap Webinar

July 3, 2014
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Stephen Oliver to Present PSMA Power Technology Roadmap Webinar

Stephen Oliver, Vice President at Vicor’s VI Chip division, will present a webinar entitled High Voltage (HVDC) Distribution & Conversion in Datacenters, Aerospace, Microgrids & Transportation on Thursday, 10 July at 11am Eastern (4pm UK, 8am Pacific).

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The Latest Innovations in Power System Design

June 3, 2014
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The Latest Innovations in Power System Design

Power systems design is changing rapidly: in addition to innovations from power component suppliers such as Vicor, new standards mean that engineers must keep up to date with the latest ideas, approaches and best practices.

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Vicor 48 V Direct to Processor Conversion

April 29, 2014
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Vicor 48 V Direct to Processor Conversion

New solution eliminates need for intermediate 12 V stage The computing load now presented to data centers has become so intense that it has meant that the power schemes, architectures and component parts have been required to undergo a tremendous change. I recently interviewed Robert Gendron, Vice President of Vicor’s Picor division, about the company’s recent innovations that eliminate the need for intermediate voltage stages when converting from 48 V to the voltages required for modern processors. Space availability on the processor board, together with the urgent need to contain heat losses and spiraling...

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New Solution Helps Designers Create VR12.5 Server Power Solutions

April 29, 2014
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New Solution Helps Designers Create VR12.5 Server Power Solutions

Today we announced a solution for the Intel processor power standard VR12.5, which enables peak efficiency of 94% for Haswell-based x86 systems, even at low load, without the need for complex power management schemes

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On-Demand Webinar Rebroadcasts Explain 380 V HVDC in Datacenters and Building Management

February 28, 2014
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On-Demand Webinar Rebroadcasts Explain 380 V HVDC in Datacenters and Building Management

You can now access the series of three recent Vicor webinars that discuss the use of HVDC in datacenters, commercial buildings and offices on demand.

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HVDC Webinars Address Military, Earth-Moving and Commercial Hybrid Vehicles

February 27, 2014
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HVDC Webinars Address Military, Earth-Moving and Commercial Hybrid Vehicles

The next two webinars in the HVDC series by Stephen Oliver, VP at Vicor’s VI Chip division, address the use of high voltage DC power in hybrid land vehicles.

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