GaN power transistors elevate the performance and economic returns of data center and 5G power electronics by reducing size and system costs, increasing power efficiency and reducing operator OPEX and CAPEX costs by 100s of millions of dollars.
GaN transistors have demonstrated increased performance for products with power levels from 800 Watts to 6kW. Compared to legacy Silicon solutions, GaN delivers new operating and financial advantages. Smaller and more energy efficient power supplies enable 15% more servers in existing racks as even delays in building entirely new data centers.
3 kW ACDC Power Supply
50% increase in power density and 97% efficiency in an Intel standard CRPS form factor. Power density from 70 to 100 W/in3 is the norm. More >
Discover the $/Density™ value of GaN
Increasing power density has real value. The old $/Watt metric is outdated. GaN’s importance is obvious via its $/Density value. More >
With GaN, 48V DC/DC power conversion reduces power loss, system size and system cost. Applications range from 500 W server intermediate bus conversion (IBC) to 3kW for Open Compute Project (OCP) open rack battery backup (BBU) applications.
REDUCTION IN POWER LOSS
GaN Advantages in 48V Applications
Moving from 12V to 48V power distribution using high-frequency power transistors allows engineers to meet their efficiency, cost and size/weight goals. More >
Driver GaN – Integrated DC/DC Power Stage
The DrGaN power stage is an open loop Buck/Boost that provides a complete 48V Step Down converter maximize efficiency & power density. More >
5G FWA can provide internet access to those connecting to broadband for the first time and those who want faster speeds. mmWave transmission has the challenge of penetrating windows and walls. Through-wall wireless power transfer is a solutions that solves this problem.
A High-Efficiency WPT System for 5G FWA Applications
Penetration through common building walls and windows significantly degrades 5G signal. WPT solves the technical challenge. More >
How GaN is Revolutionizing Wired and Wireless Power
A review of the advantages of high frequency wireless charging and the need for GaN to enable these advantages. More >
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