The power electronics market has become a hotbed of innovation. Power ICs based on gallium nitride and silicon carbide are enabling new frontiers in electronic system performance in industrial automation, renewable energy, smart grids, the Internet of things, and other markets. PowerUP podcasts will connect with the world’s leading power electronics experts to explain how the technology is evolving, and what those changes means for every aspect of the industry.
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In this podcast, JH Shyu, chairman of Episil; John Wei, president of Vanguard International Semiconductor (VIS); and Shyh-Chiang Shen, GaN program director at VIS and professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, will talk about the ch... more
By embracing smart grid solutions, communities and industries can tap into the power of renewable energy while ensuring a stable and dependable energy supply. In this podcast with Michael Bates, worldwide general manager for energy at Intel (https://... more
During our PowerUP virtual conference, we had an exceptional lineup of speakers and companies. The main topics covered include wide bandgap, superjunction MOSFETs and other power design trends. In this podcast, you will hear the voices of Alex Lidow,... more
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Power Up launched 3 years ago and published 49 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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