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2008-02-18 Why select a digital power converter
What impact, if any, is there for designers wishing to use digital power converter modules in place of existing analog designs
2015-03-04 Why digital power calls for more standards
Read about the move to come up with common standards that will encompass mechanical, electrical, communications, monitoring and control specifications.
2007-03-20 What is digital power
The advantages of digital power control make it a suitable approach for power supply design and board mounted power supplies in particular
2014-05-15 Power supply standards: Which way forward
Test-systems based on 380V DC have been running for many years now in applications across the globe. They have confirmed savings in both energy consumption and cost.
2014-10-17 Power firms form industry consortium
Promising an efficient, multi-sourced power ecosystem, the AMP Group will provide power system designers with innovative technology and supply chain security
2009-06-02 Power block tailored for FPGAs, processors
Ericsson Power Modules has introduced a 30A Power Block to address the emerging technology in power distribution and management called Centralized Control Architecture (CCA).
2005-02-02 POLs pack power punch
Artesyn's ultracompact SIL30E and SMT30E point-of-load converter modules deliver up to 30A at 0.8V to 3.63V
2011-02-10 PoL regulator drives eight parallel modules
Ericsson Power Modules' 3E series BMR463 digital point-of-load voltage regulator enables paralleling of up to eight modules to deliver 160A.
2007-08-15 POL modules suit next-gen DSP, microprocessors
The wide input range and fast transient response of Ericsson Power Modules' POL devices make them suitable for DSP and microprocessors that demand such performance levels.
2005-11-25 New DC/DC converter module with higher power to space ratio
Ericsson Power Modules' new DC/DC converter module addresses all new applications using a 48V input that require a stable 12V, optimizing the efficiency of intermediate bus conversation applications.
2005-04-06 Murata joins POLA alliance for power converters
Murata Mfg Co. has joined the Point-of-Load Alliance and announced it would team with Texas Instruments Inc. to expand a global effort to promote pin-compatible, non-isolated, point-of-load plug-in power modules and provide a second source based on leading semiconductor technology
2007-09-18 MicroTCA power modules rolls for TEMs, system integrators
Ericsson Power Modules has introduced an evaluative level MicroTCA power module, part number ROA 117 5078/1, designed for telecom equipment manufacturers and system integrators.
2006-04-26 IBC delivers 475W/inch3 power density
Designed for absolute maximum power density and high efficiency, Ericsson Power Modules' PKM4402NG is an intermediate bus converter useable with a narrow input range.
2007-03-06 High-power DC/DCs suit demanding RFPA apps
Ericsson Power Modules' fully featured, high-power DC/DC converters promise a high quality and cost-effective solution for demanding RFPA applications.
2006-02-24 Ericsson's new DC/DC modules improve overall system efficiency
Ericsson Power Modules' new DC/DC modules deliver up to 33A at 12V in a quarter brick design, promising to improve overall system efficiency and reduce power consumption.
2004-12-01 Ericsson's new dc-dc converter offers up to 30W power
Ericsson's new PKR dc-dc converter increases output power from 15W to 30W compared to the company's MacroDens modules.
2005-06-29 Ericsson to reportedly lay off 130, move jobs to China
Wireless equipment Ericsson said that it would lay off 130 of its 230 employees at a unit in Kalmar, Sweden, and move manufacturing jobs to China, according to an Associated Press report
2007-06-26 Ericsson rolls pinned version of DC/DC module
Ericsson Power Modules' PKR-PI is said to offer downgrade compatibility and full interoperability with the original through-hole version of Ericsson's MacroDens PKF module.
2002-11-29 Ericsson puts up separate company for dc/dc modules
Following the recent acquisition of Ericsson Microelectronics by Infineon Technologies, the company's dc/dc power modules unit has been established as a separate company called Ericsson Power Modules.
2002-11-29 Ericsson power modules tout high reliability
The company's PMA family of surface-mountable dc/dc regulators exhibits an MTBF rating >12 million hours and an efficiency up to 95 percent.
2006-10-11 Ericsson Power Modules rolls out tiny POL regulators
Expanding its point of load (POL) range of DC/DC regulators, Ericsson Power Modules has introduced two POLA devices that it claims are among the smallest switching POL regulators available.
2006-04-20 Ericsson Power Modules opens APAC center
Ericsson Power Modules recently launched its Asia Pacific and China center of excellence, which includes R&D, manufacturing, customer sales and service, and project resources.
2005-12-19 Ericsson Power Modules joins PMBus-IF
Ericsson Power Modules has signed the PMBus adopter agreement, becoming a full member of the Power Management Bus Implementers Forum.
2002-09-27 Ericsson one-eighth bricks fit quarter-brick format
Ericsson Power Modules' PKB series of one-eighth brick dc/dc power modules are pin-compatible with industry-standard quarter brick format and are suitable for use in on-board distributed power architectures.
2003-06-03 Ericsson module improves quarter brick format reliability
Ericsson Power Modules has released the PKM-C family of dc/dc modules that are suitable for 50A to 80A on-board apps.
2004-11-11 Ericsson joins DOSA alliance
Dc/dc power module supplier Ericsson Power Modules (Dallas) has joined the Distributed Open Standards Alliance (DOSA), joining current members Tyco Electronics Power Systems, SynQor Inc., Celestica Power Systems, Lambda, and Delta Electronics.
2005-07-11 Ericsson extends POLA offering
Ericsson Power Modules expanded its interoperable Point Of Load Alliance (POLA) series of point of load (POL) regulators with 17 additional products intended for use in distributed power architectures. Offering secure sourcing and commonality of product specifications for ease of purchasing, the three POL platforms embrace current ratings from 6A to 60A, with most products available with 3.3V, 5V and 12V input capability.
2014-03-10 Dynamic bus voltage adjusts power to load requirements
The DBV builds on the previous intermediate bus architecture, dynamically powering boards using advanced digital power control and hardware combined with a series of energy optimising algorithms
2010-11-17 Distributed-power Open Standards Alliance adds Lucky Valley, CUI
DOSA adds Lucky Valley and CUI Inc. to roster of members
2009-03-06 Digital power solution saves energy, cuts CO2 emission
Ericsson Power Modules offers a complete range of board-mounted-products based on digital control and monitoring, reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions.
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