Navitas Announces “GaNFast™: The Future is Now” at Premier European Power Electronics Conference

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GaN power IC technology enables a new class of high-efficiency, high-density power systems

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Integrated GaNFast ICs are powering a new class of power systems which increase power densities and battery charging rates by 3-5x, improve energy savings by 50% or more and lower system costs. The wait is over, the next revolution in power electronics is underway

Navitas Semiconductor today announced it will present the latest in GaNFast power IC advances with multiple technical papers at this year’s PCIM Europe conference. PCIM (Power Conversion & Intelligent Motion) is Europe's leading meeting-point for specialists in power electronics and applications in motor drive, renewable energy, electric vehicles and energy management.

Navitas’ GaNFast reference designs cover a broad range of applications and markets from 27 W USB-PD for fast-charging smartphones and ultrabooks, to 150 W gaming laptop adapters and on up to 3,200 W telecom power systems.

“Since our PCIM 2016 introductory keynote, Navitas has driven higher speeds and delivered higher performance in power conversion”, said Stephen Oliver, VP Marketing & Sales. “Integrated GaNFast ICs are powering a new class of power systems which increase power densities and battery charging rates by 3-5x, improve energy savings by 50% or more and lower system costs. The wait is over, the next revolution in power electronics is underway.”

Navitas will present in the following conference papers / events:
Tuesday 5th June, 3.15pm
Session: “GaN Devices and Applications”
“Monolithic GaN Power ICs Enable High Density High Frequency 3.2 kW AC-DC Rectifier”
Tom Ribarich, Navitas Semiconductor, USA; Ruiyang Yu, Qingyun Huang, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Wednesday 6th June, 2.30pm
Industry Forum: “GaN – Devices for the Future Design” Hall 6 (6-155)
“The Future is Now: Let’s Go GaNFast!™”
Stephen Oliver, Navitas Semiconductor

Wednesday 6th June, 3.15pm, Foyer
Session: “AC-DC Converters”
“GaN Power ICs and Off-the-Shelf Controllers Enable 150W, 500 kHz AC-DC with 4x Power” Density”
Tom Ribarich, Stephen Oliver, Navitas Semiconductor, USA

Thursday 7th June, 10.50am, Foyer
Session: “High-Frequency Converters”
“High-Frequency and High-Density Design of all GaN Power Supply Unit”
Ruiyang Yu, University of Texas at Austin, USA

PCIM Europe runs June 5th – 7th in the Nuremberg Exhibition Center, Germany. To request a meeting with Navitas at PCIM, please contact info(at)navitassemi(dot)com or call +1 ThinkGaNIC (+1 844-654-2642).

About Navitas:
Navitas Semiconductor Inc
. is the world’s first and only GaN Power IC company, founded in 2014 and based in El Segundo, CA, USA. Navitas has a strong and growing team of power semiconductor industry experts with a combined 200 years of experience in materials, devices, applications, systems and marketing, plus a proven record of innovation with over 200 patents among its founders. A proprietary process design kit monolithically integrates the highest performance GaN FETs with GaN logic and GaN analog circuits. Navitas GaNFast™ Power ICs enable smaller, higher energy efficient and lower cost power for mobile, consumer, enterprise and new energy markets - over 35 Navitas patents are granted or pending.

About PCIM Europe 2018
PCIM
(Power Conversion Intelligent Motion) is Europe's leading meeting-point for experts out of the areas of Power Electronics and its applications in Intelligent Motion and Power Quality. From the latest developments of power semiconductors, passive components, products for thermal management, new materials, sensors as well as servo-technology and the wide area of power quality and energy-management - PCIM offers a comprehensive, focused and compact presentation of products all under one roof. For more information go to http://www.mesago.de/en/PCIM/main.htm

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