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Edge Computing Leverages Modular Power in Scalable Micro Data Centres - May 2022
Edge computing is essential to realizing the full potential of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and internet of things (IoT). These technologies are being infused into every corner of...
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Wolfspeed grows to meet supply challenge and launches high performance Gen 3+ die
Silicon Carbide (SiC), known for long as the ideal semiconductor technology for power devices, has with design and manufacturing innovation not only increased its share of the existing market but enabled new applications, such as electric vehicles (EVs), by offering higher power density, better high-speed switching performance, higher breakdown field, higher thermal conductivity, higher chip temperatures, and lower leakage currents than are possible with Silicon (Si).
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Optimizing the Switching Stage in Wind Power Applications - May 2022
Efficient power conversion is an important part of maximizing the cost-effectiveness of the switching stage in a wind-powered generator. Much effort has been expended in maximizing switching efficiency with excellent results. In this article, we will look at optimizing the utilization of the switches to increase the
amount of power that can be processed by a given system.
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Range Extension Promise of SiC in Traction Inverters - May 2022
There are two major disruptions currently affecting the future of vehicular transport and semiconductor technology. We are embracing a new and exciting means to propel our vehicles cleanly with electrical power, while simultaneously re-engineering the semiconductor materials that underpin electric vehicle (EV)
subsystems to maximize power efficiency and, in turn, EV driving range.
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