How2Power Welcomes Apex Microtechnology as New Sponsor

An industry-leading innovator in high-power precision control of current, voltage and speed, Apex Microtechnology supports How2Power.com in delivering unique technical information on all aspects of power electronics and power conversion to electrical and electronics engineers.

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Apex Microtechnology offers industry-leading innovation in high-power precision control of current, voltage and speed for hi-rel industrial, defense and aerospace, medical, and semi-cap applications.

With the support of sponsor companies such as Apex Microtechnology, How2Power is able to offer unique information on all aspects of power electronics and power conversion to electrical and electronics engineers working in a wide range of industries.

Smithtown, NY (PRWEB) February 22, 2013

How2Power.com, a free power electronics portal providing information on all aspects of power conversion, is pleased to introduce Apex Microtechnology as its newest sponsor. Apex Microtechnology offers industry-leading innovation in high-power precision control of current, voltage and speed for applications in the hi-rel industrial, defense and aerospace, medical, and semi-cap markets. The Apex Microtechnology product family includes power operational amplifiers (linear amplifiers), pulse width modulation amplifiers (PWM, Class D amplifiers, switching amplifiers) and precision voltage references.

In sponsoring How2Power.com, Apex Microtechnology joins three other industry leaders—Vicor, International Rectifier, and Cirrus Logic—which have been sponsors of How2Power.com since its launch in July 2009. Sponsors’ banner ads appear across the How2Power website—on the home page, in the Design Guide search results, and in How2Power’s numerous information-rich sections such as Power Around the Web, Consultants Corner, Power Electronics Bookstore, Careers in Power Electronics, and the Calendar of Industry Events. Sponsor ads also appear in each issue of the associated monthly e-newsletter, How2Power Today—every issue of which is archived on How2Power’s newsletter page. In addition, sponsor product videos are featured in a special Sponsor Showcase section of How2Power.

“With the support of sponsor companies such as Apex Microtechnology, How2Power is able to offer unique technical information on all aspects of power electronics and power conversion to electrical and electronics engineers working in a wide range of industries. At the same time, many of these engineers who visit the website and subscribe to the newsletter will benefit from being informed about the latest power products from Apex, as their products may enhance design performance in many of the engineers’ applications,” said David G. Morrison, publisher of How2Power.com.

“The partnership with How2Power is a good fit for Apex,” said Greg Brennan, CEO and president of Apex Microtechnology. “There is an online void for power analog design knowledge and we feel the site is very targeted for reaching engineers looking for analog expertise and high power products like those manufactured by Apex.”

For a quick tour of the website and its main features, see http://www.How2Power.com, and view the one-minute video in the upper right hand corner of the home page. You can also take a quick video tour of the How2Power Today newsletter by visiting http://www.how2power.com/newsletters, where you’ll also find the most recent issue of the newsletter and a link to the newsletter sign up page.

More about the New Sponsor
Founded in 1980, Apex Microtechnology was acquired in 2007 by Cirrus Logic, a premier supplier of mixed signal processing components for audio and energy markets. Following a five-year tenure as a division of the Austin, Texas-based developer of complex chip designs, Apex Microtechnology was returned to a stand-alone corporation with its August 2012 sale to a private investor group led by Alerion Capital Group, a private equity and management advisory firm located in Scottsdale, Arizona. For more information, see http://www.apexanalog.com/.


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