Tewksbury, MA (PRWEB) July 22, 2010
CHiL Semiconductor Corporation, a leading developer of high-performance, mixed-signal power management integrated circuits for the server, personal computer and high-volume computing market segments, announces that it is attending Darnell's Power Forum (DPF): Advancing Power Technologies that Matter, to be held in Chicago, Illinois on September 13-15, 2010. Two CHiL technical experts will present papers at the focused three-day international forum highlighting practical advancements related to the latest powering solutions. CHiL will also showcase its technology at the forum.
David Williams, CHiL’s director of systems and applications engineering, will present “Designing for Transient Loads that Exceed Thermal Design Limits.” The talk will review the latest industry trend of CPUs and GPUs requiring short bursts of high current and discuss how CHiL’s digital algorithms optimize the VR design.
Frank Kern, PE, Staff Engineer, will present “Complex Serial Bus Termination and Specialized Digital Filtering in Noisy Digital Power Applications,” which will highlight how digital filtering offers powerful noise rejection utilities capable of restoring communication in noisy designs, a new and highly relevant requirement in servers and desktop systems.
“We look forward to participating in this important event to showcase CHiL’s significant advancements in power delivery sub-system capabilities,” said Larry Spaziani, CHiL’s VP of Business Development. “CHiL’s high-performance power management controllers have been adapted to exceed customer expectations in high performance computing environments and we continue to lead the industry in delivering top transient and efficiency performance.”
DPF Chicago is a new solutions-oriented event with a strong emphasis on practical advances in power electronics, which builds on the synergy possible from discussions broadly focused on power management, energy efficiency, advanced components, energy storage, and smart grid innovations.
About CHiL Semiconductor
CHiL Semiconductor Corporation develops high-performance, mixed-signal power management integrated circuits primarily targeted at servers, personal computers and other high-volume computing market segments. CHiL Semiconductor’s devices tightly integrate digital technology, precisely monitoring and controlling the power management process. Providing unique, intelligent features, CHiL devices yield significant system power efficiency and performance gains, while reducing system design and complexity. For more information, please visit http://www.chilsemi.com.
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