GaN Systems Power & Energy Articles

Article: “Jim Witham of GaN systems talks about the future of wide-bandgap power devices”

This article was originally published in Power Electronics News by Alix Paultre, Editor-in-Chief, on October 14, 2018.    The revolution in power electronics design and development is going forward full tilt, and the expansion of the Cloud, Industry 4.0, and the migration to the electric vehicle (EV) is changing how people consider how energy is generated,…

Key Takeaways from The Battery Show: Opportunities Abound for GaN

By Julian Styles, GaN Systems’ Director of Business Development There was one conclusion I came to after recently speaking at the three-show event that made up The Battery Show North America 2018, Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo, and Critical Power Expo: GaN has broken boundaries. Gallium nitride (GaN) is now at the forefront of…

Article: “Energy And Data: The Duo Defining Our Global Future”

This article was originally published in Forbes on October 2, 2018 by Jim Witham.   The last decade of global economic change has been driven largely by the forces of the internet and an unexpected cohort of companies that have irreversibly changed the behavior and expectations of business and society. Billions of smart consumer devices,…

Arrow Electronics Appointed by GaN Systems to Supply High-Efficiency Power Products

Arrow’s leadership in technical support and logistics to increase GaN Systems’ footprint in EMEA This press release was originally issued by Arrow Electronics on September 19, 2018.    September 19, 2018 – Arrow Electronics today announced that it now supplies GaN Systems’ range of GaN (gallium nitride) transistors in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).…

Article: “GaN’s Ground-Floor Opportunity”

This article was originally published in Radio-Electronics.com on September 16, 2018 by Rudy Ramos at Mouser Electronics.    The electronics industry has a major role to play in helping to save energy, by enabling better equipment and new ways of working and living that that are more efficient and environmentally friendly. Maintaining the pace of…

GaN Systems Named One of Fastest Growing Companies to Watch by CIO Bulletin

CIO Bulletin named GaN Systems one of the thirty fastest growing companies to watch in 2018 in August. The list is comprised of innovative companies that are creating change within their industries. To read the full list on CIO Bulletin’s website, click here.

The Transformative Forces of Electrification and Autonomous Driving

Part of The Mobility (R)Evolution series   By Jim Witham, CEO at GaN Systems, and Uwe Higgen, Managing Partner at BMW i Ventures Few businesses can rival the global auto industry for the way that it has both shaped and reflected important social, cultural and economic trends. And at no time in the industry’s history…

Article: “GaN Systems Unveils an Online Circuit Simulation Tool for Evaluating Gallium Nitride Power Transistor Circuits”

GaN Systems Unveils an Online Circuit Simulation Tool for Evaluating Gallium Nitride Power Transistor Circuits By Kristofer Eberle, Plexim and Paul Wiener, GaN Systems To read the original article in Bodo Power Systems, click here.    GaN Systems has unveiled a free simulation tool on its website that provides power conversion designers valuable insight into the…

A Recap From PCIM 2018: GaN Moves From Lab To Commercialization

What a difference a year makes. GaN is no longer just being talked about in research papers as a possible game changer in power electronics. Rather, it is now the game changer.  GaN has reached commercialization status and has made its way into power systems and products from wireless transfer power devices, data center power…

Article: “The Rise Of GaN-Based Power Systems”

The first of a three part series on The Rise of GaN-Based Power Systems : Technology and Market Overview by Paul Wiener, VP Strategic Marketing, GaN Systems To read the original article in Power Electronics World, click here.    Higher-efficiency power conversion is critically essential to meet the needs of systems in areas of increasing…