Gallium Nitride Power Systems Seek a Larger Foothold in Data Centers
A Smaller, Cooler Power Option
Traditionally built with silicon transistors, server power supplies have been commodity items for decades. Gallium nitride (GaN), a material initially used in high-performance radio frequency (RF) applications such as military radars and satellites, is steadily displacing silicon in power devices of all shapes and sizes, from consumer phone chargers to data center infrastructure including server, power distribution, and UPS…
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