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Infineon fosters its Power Management portfolio, unveils Integrated Power Stage Devices

Infineon Technologies

Infineon Technologies commences its power-efficient integrated power stage family. Claimed to reach power-efficiency of 96 percent, the new power stage devices can be coupled with Infineon’s latest generation digital PWM power management controllers leveraging a full multiphase voltage regulation (VR) system solution for server, storage, client and communications systems.

Key Features

  • The integrated power stage reduces power loss and simplifies design of VR solutions for multicore processors, ASICs and FPGA’s where efficient power management is critical.
  • Maximum current rating of 70 A in a small 5 mm x 6 mm PQFN SMD package supports phase reduction in multiphase systems.
  • The integrated power stage family alsooffers smart self-protection with both over current and over-voltage protection, very accurate temperature and current information to the customer’s system.

“Infineon has greatly expanded its portfolio of power management technologies recently,” said Richard Kuncic, Vice President and General Manager of Infineon’s Business Line DCDC. “The integrated power stage combines further increases in energy efficiency with power density for enterprise power applications.”

Infineon’s new integrated power stage family comes in 50 A through 70 A current ratings, and offers different efficiency levels to match design requirements.


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