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The 48 V Revolution: Why GaN + Digital Control for Ultra-thin Laptops

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Join this webinar to learn how GaN-based solutions coupled with digital control can increase efficiency, shrink the size, and reduce system costs for high-density computing applications like ultra-thin laptops and high-end gaming systems.

In this webinar, we will demonstrate:

  • How leveraging the advantages of eGaN® FETs, such as small size and low loss, enhance the performance of ultra-thin DC-DC converters.
  • How combining the advantage of eGaN FETs with digital control can provide solutions to meet the demanding requirements of high power in small form factors for ultra-thin laptops and high-end gaming systems.
  • Multiple topology options to get to thinner solutions, including synchronous buck and multi-level designs.

Special Guest Panelist - Andreas Reiter, Microchip, studied physics at the University of Applied Science, Munich, Germany. Since 1996 Andy focused on thermodynamic system modelling and related hardware and software development before joining the power conversion community in 2006, focusing on the development of full and semi-digital control stages of switched-mode power supplies. Andy joined Microchip Technology in 2010 and today is working as applications engineer for digital power applications. He holds several patents on control algorithms, DSP core and IC peripheral architectures.

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Alex Lidow

Speaker: Alex Lidow is CEO and co-founder of Efficient Power Conversion Corporation (EPC). Prior to founding EPC, Dr. Lidow was CEO of International Rectifier Corporation. A co-inventor of the HEXFET power MOSFET, Dr. Lidow holds many patents in power semiconductor technology and has authored numerous publications on related subjects, including co-authoring the first textbook on GaN transistors, GaN Transistors for Efficient Power Conversion, now in its third edition published by John Wiley and Sons. Lidow earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Caltech and his Ph.D. from Stanford.

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