Electric vehicles (EVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) are looking for solutions to power-conversion efficiency. For a long time, most electronic power devices were based on silicon, a semiconductor that can be processed without generating virtually any defects. However, the theoretical performance of silicon has now been almost entirely achieved, highlighting some limits of this
GaN Systems and BrightLoop Converters announced their strategic partnership to develop the latest AC/DC and DC/DC Converter products for electric motorsport and aerospace applications. Leveraging GaN Systems’ 650V GaN transistors, BrightLoop produces a range of converters that are smaller, lighter, and more efficient than currently available in the market. Read More!
eeDesignIt interviews Jim Witham, CEO of GaN Systems GaN is changing the way we power things, and that’s becoming increasingly evident whether you look at consumer, automotive, 5G, or industrial power applications. Take 5G — It’s high bandwidth and low latency. From the consumer standpoint, that means fast video downloads with no lag.
GaN Systems recently announced that SPARX Group “Mirai Creation Fund II has made an investment in GaN Systems. Mirai fund provides capital to companies with the goal of accelerating innovation, Vehicle Electrification being one of the major targets, to generate a “new power” that will shape the future and impact our world. The goals and
Innovative MOSFETS increase driving distances, shorten charging times and deliver overall improved efficiency for next generation electric vehicles DURHAM, N.C. – Delphi Technologies PLC (NYSE: DLPH), a global provider of automotive propulsion technologies, and Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq: CREE), a leader in silicon carbide semiconductors, announce a partnership to utilize silicon carbide semiconductor device technology