Empower Semiconductor Articles
Empower showcases IRVs at APEC 2024
Empower Semiconductor, the global integrated voltage regulators (IVRs) specialist, will exhibit its latest generation of IVRs at the IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition (APEC), taking place at the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Centre, 25–29February 2024.
Empower Semiconductor to present at Chiplet Summit 2024
Empower Semiconductor, a specialist in integrated voltage regulators (IVRs), is set to present a technical paper at the forthcoming Chiplet Summit, scheduled at the Santa Clara Convention Centre from 6-8th February 2024.
Empower raises $30m financing to further accelerate product and customer momentum worldwide
Empower Semiconductor has announced the close of a $30 million equity financing round led by an international group of strategic and institutional investors.
Another step for silicon capacitors
This article originally appeared in the August'22 magazine issue of Electronic Specifier Design – see ES's Magazine Archives for more featured publications. Empower Silicon has announced the second generation of E-Cap silicon capacitors, saving space and increasing density in wearable products and data centres. Caroline Hayes talks to Senior Vice President of sales and marketing, Steve Shultis.
Empower Semiconductor launches first quad-output series
Empower Semiconductor has announced a series of quad-output step-down converters that combine the industry’s highest current density and efficiency, the fastest dynamic voltage scaling (DVS) and transient response, and extensive fault protection.
Empower showcases integrated voltage regulator
At APEC 2022, Empower Semiconductor will be demonstrating the industry’s smallest and fastest integrated voltage regulators (IVRs) alongside innovative silicon-based alternatives to conventional capacitors.
EP70xx family of high-performance IVRs sampling now
Empower Semiconductor has announced the EP70xx family of power management IC IVRs that will provide significant energy savings in data centers with a big point-of-load power performance disruption.