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Gallium nitride is the silicon of the future

Gallium nitride is the silicon of the future

Last week, Anker debuted a tiny new power brick, crediting its small size with the component it uses instead of silicon: gallium nitride (GaN). It’s the latest example of the growing popularity of this transparent, glass-like material that could one day unseat silicon and cut energy use worldwide.

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Gaming laptops will have smaller power supplies with EPC’s gallium nitride chips

Gaming laptops will have smaller power supplies with EPC’s gallium nitride chips

Gamers may not care about the finer points of gallium nitride (eGaN) chips as evangelized by power pioneer Alex Lidow, CEO of Efficient Power Conversion (EPC). But they will care that those chips will enable a new generation of gaming laptops with much smaller power supplies than in the past.

Venture Beat
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Rompower Announces The AC/DC Laptop Power Adaptor Technology Capable of 94% Efficiency, 20 W/in3 Power Density in an Incredibly Small Package

Rompower Announces The AC/DC Laptop Power Adaptor Technology Capable of 94% Efficiency, 20 W/in3 Power Density in an Incredibly Small Package
Taking advantage of the high performance of eGaN® FETs, Rompower Energy Systems has announced a reference design for a tiny, 65 W, 94% efficient AC/DC power adaptor for laptops and other mobile devices. TUCSON, Az. – June 2017 – Rompower Energy Systems, an internationally recognized research and development company in the field of power conversion, announces the availability of technology for an extremely small, highly efficient AC/DC power adapter. In the quest for higher power density, the efficiency of the adapter is critical in order to decrease the heat dissipation. ... Read more
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