Do We Need a Definition of Power Management?

Last month we invited you to participate in a poll about power management and power conversion. Several readers participated, and the results were very interesting. Everyone who responded was involved in power conversion, but half also have to design hardware for parts of your application other than the power system.

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Live Webinar: Practical Design Considerations and Solutions for the Reduction of Conducted EMI

Live Webinar:  Practical Design Considerations and Solutions for the Reduction of Conducted EMI

Learn how to address and resolve EMI problems in the latest webinar from Vicor, “Practical Design considerations and Solutions for the Reduction of Conducted EMI and Filter Size in Power Systems“, scheduled for 18 September. Following on from the first webinar, which explained in detail the root causes of EMI, the second in the series will look at how to solve EMI problems.

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Poll – Power System Design Challenges

Poll – Power System Design Challenges

What challenges are you facing when designing power distribution and management systems? Let us know by completing this quick poll.

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Article: “Optimize your POL Buck-Converter Integration”

Article: “Optimize your POL Buck-Converter Integration”

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.  PCB-design intricacy, energy budgets, signal integrity, and, in some cases, thermal management issues have driven up the nubmer of point-of-load (POL) buck regulators that typical systems use.

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Vicor Signs Semtronic Associates to Expand Sales Network in the Sunshine State

Vicor Signs Semtronic Associates to Expand Sales Network in the Sunshine State

Whilst Florida is perhaps best-known for great golf courses, there are also great companies doing outstanding electronics development across industries such as data center, industrial and defense. As all these industries benefit from more flexible, efficient and dense power solutions, we’ve enhanced our sales and applications support by signing a representative agreement with Semtronic Associates.

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Article: “Next-Generation Servers Require Robust Power Platforms”

Article: “Next-Generation Servers Require Robust Power Platforms”

Stephen Oliver reviews the requirements for server-class computing in his latest column for Electronic Design.  He looks at the market forces driving processing efficiencies and densities upwards, and how power system densities can keep pace.

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