TI unveils next-generation digital power system controllers for communications and computing applications
Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN) today introduced its third-generation Fusion Digital Power™ controllers and new plug-in modules that more intelligently manage today’s power systems. The highly configurable and feature-rich products digitally manage up to four independent digital-control loops and up to eight phases, while improving energy efficiency up to 30 percent during light load conditions. See: www.ti.com/digitalpower-pr .
Leading telecom and server equipment suppliers, such as Sun Microsystems, continue to look for new ways to manage multiple power phases and respond quickly to changes in the system. TI’s family of UCD9240 integrated power system controllers provide the highest density and performance features to quickly adapt to what a system needs.
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