GaN Systems Data Center Articles

GaN Systems Accelerates Momentum With Unprecedented Customer Growth

Driving Mainstream Adoption Of GaN Technology to Meet Rapid Growth of Data And Energy Demands in 2021 GaN Systems, the global leader in GaN (gallium nitride) power transistor chips (electronics), today announced accelerated momentum and customer growth signaling mainstream adoption of GaN technology to meet rapid growth of data and energy demands across key industries.…

As Data Centers Focus on Density, GaN Looks Increasingly Attractive

This article by GaN Systems VP of Strategic Marketing Paul Wiener was published in full 3/31/21 on Data Center Knowledge. Read the full, unabridged article here.  Conversations about GaN power semiconductors in the data center are changing. Widespread adoption in the data center industry seems inevitable, given its many advantages over legacy silicon MOSFET solutions,…

All Eyes on GaN to Power 2021 and Beyond

As originally published on Microwaves & RF, by Paul Wiener. The market shift toward GaN transistors in 2021 isn’t just theoretical or inspirational—it’s happening now, with major companies designing and shipping products with GaN today. Human beings are a power-hungry bunch and 2021 is the year more of us do something about it. As the…

It’s “$ per Density™” value for Data Centers in 2021

By Paul Wiener, Vice President of Strategic Marketing This article was originally published at VMBlog.com here. We are witnessing a time period where “exponential growth” and “going viral” is a routine part of many discussions. Today, those terms are unfortunately connected with conversations around COVID-19. However, “exponential growth” is also very relevant in the data center…

GaN Systems New Half-Bridge Designs Increase Output Power More Than 30%

Latest IMS solutions raise the bar with increased output power and efficiency with high-κ IMS3 thermal designs OTTAWA, Ontario, December 16, 2020 – GaN Systems, the global leader in GaN (gallium nitride) power semiconductors, announced today the launch of its next generation Insulated Metal Substrate (IMS3) platform for use with its GaN E-HEMTs in high…

2021 Top Technology Predictions in Power Electronics

GaN Systems Predictions for 2021: Tipping Point Achieved as GaN Technology Moves from Early Adoption to Mainstream Acceptance OTTAWA, ONTARIO, December 9, 2020: As 2020 comes to a close, we will undoubtedly look back on the past twelve months as a time in which disruption was the hallmark. Amid the unprecedented socioeconomic upheaval brought about…

Article: A High-Efficiency 65-W WPT System for 5G FWA Applications

This article, published November 20, 2020, appears in full at MWRF.com.  The very high frequency of 5G excels at transporting large quantities of data fast, but the signal doesn’t go through walls. A gallium-nitride-based power system tackles this problem with both signal and power transferred through a wall. By Tiefeng Shi, Paul Wiener Wireless technology…

Article: The Imperative For A 24/7 Renewable Energy World

Jim Witham, CEO of GaN Systems, writes for the Forbes Technology Council. Read the article in full here.  For the past 150 years, electricity production and distribution have primarily been the domain of large, centralized utility companies using nonrenewable resources, while owning a one-way relationship with customers by means of a centralized grid. Electricity was…

GaN Systems Shows Why GaN is a Game Changer at PCIM 2020

OTTAWA, Ontario, Canada, June 30, 2020 – GaN Systems, the global leader in GaN (gallium nitride) power semiconductors, announced today its participation at “PCIM Europe Digital Days,” taking place July 7–8, 2020. CEO Jim Witham will participate in two panel sessions, “GaN Devices – The Game-Changers” and “Power GaN: Past-Present-Future,” illustrating how GaN power semiconductors…

Rethinking What’s ‘Smart’ For The Next Generation Smart Home

By GaN Systems CEO Jim Witham Too often, the fact that a technology merely exists drives the direction of a specific implementation, rather than focusing on developing technologies in response to real and important human needs. This has often been the case of the ‘smart home’ in its various stages of automation and intelligence. What…