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Power semiconductor usage in data centers evolves to meet power efficiency needsJanuary 08, 2019The number and size of data centers(DCs) is exploding around the world. Our always on, always connected society has driven the massive need for storage, compute and networking resources to facilitate the rapid, 24/7 delivery of information, entertainment and communications. ...
More than 6 billion wireless power receivers expected to ship from 2018 to 2023October 31, 2018Annual unit shipments for wireless power receivers and transmitters, across all applications, sectors and product segments, are forecast to grow from 450 million units in 2017 to more than 2.2 billion units in 2023. To gauge the size of the opportunity available in the total market, cumulatively more than 6 billion receiver units and 2.7 billion transmitter units are expected to ship from 2018 to 2023.
Cavium (now Marvell) is the next hope for ARM-based CPUs in the data centerJuly 17, 2018In 2017, Cavium, Qualcomm, and Applied Micro were all sampling ARM-based SoCs targeted at data center servers. With Applied Micro spinning off its server CPU business to newly founded Ampere Computing and Qualcomm demonstrating no tangible design wins after announcing commercial availability for its Centriq SoC in November 2017, hopes for success of an ARM-based CPU ecosystem moved to Cavium, and in 2017 Cavium kept the design wins and partnership announcements coming. In January, Atos announced Cavium’s ThunderX2 will power its HPC for the EU-funded Mont Blanc project. In March, Cavium announced a partnership with Microsoft and in November revealed designs for a Cavium-powered Project Olympus OCP server. In May, Gigabyte, Ingrasys, and Inventec announced and subsequently launched new servers based on ThunderX2. In June, Penguin announced its Open Compute server lineup will feature a ThunderX2 sku. Clients, please log in to view the full content.Subscribers Only
The power semiconductor market remains buoyant: Highlights from PCIM Europe 2018June 20, 2018The following insight from IHS Markit details key themes and takeaways from the PCIM Europe 2018 trade show and conference, held in Nuremberg, Germany earlier this month.
The OCP’s community-driven innovation continues to spreadMarch 27, 2018The 2018 Open Compute Project (OCP) Summit was held from March 20 to 21 in San Jose, California, with over 3,000 people in attendance, an audience that has tripled over the last two years. The expo hall was packed with 75 exhibitors ranging from OCP board members Facebook, Intel, and Microsoft to start-up companies like Advanced Data Cooling Technologies, Apstra, Fadu, Innovium, Liqid, Nephos, TidalScale, EdgeCore, Wiwynn, and Wave2Wave. Companies in attendance included industry leading vendors HPE, Dell, Toshiba, Arista, Marvell, Cavium, Nokia, IBM, and Huawei and telecom and cloud providers such as AT&T, Microsoft Azure, Google, and Rackspace. Clients, please log in to view the full content.Subscribers Only
AMD partners with HPE and Dell EMC, turns up the heat on IntelFebruary 13, 2018In 2017, AMD changed the market dynamic for entry-level enterprise servers with its EPYC SoC, providing not just healthy competition but also opportunities for new designs utilizing the large number of memory channels and high I/O bandwidth available with EPYC. OEMs like Supermicro, Sugon, and Asus and white box server vendors like Wiwynn, Inventec, Gigabyte, and Tyan quickly backed EPYC, introducing over a dozen server models based on AMD’s SoC in 2H17. CSPs (cloud service providers) also embraced EPYC with Microsoft, Baidu, Tencent and JD.com all adopting EPYC-based servers. Baidu in particular boosted EPYC’s credibility in the market as it implemented a new 1-socket server design that utilizes EPYC’s memory channels and I/O bandwidth. Clients, please log in to view the full content.Subscribers Only
AWS re:Invent 2017: Amazon’s Alexa becomes business savvyJanuary 09, 2018Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) re:Invent 2017 conference was held in Las Vegas, NV, from November 27 to December 1. There were over 43,000 attendees and an additional 60,000 online viewers. Two keynotes featured Andy Jassy, CEO of AWS, and Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon, and there were over 1,300 informational and training sessions available that included demos and customer use cases. Clients, please log in to view the full content.Subscribers Only
IHS Markit Forecasts Merchant Power Supply Market to Surpass $30 Billion by 2021September 13, 2017The world market for merchant power supplies rose 7.7 percent year over year to reach $23.5 billion in 2016. Much of the forecast revenue growth can be attributed to LED lighting. LED lighting applications will help drive the power supply market to a projected value of $30.9 billion by 2021.
New Apple iPhone gets juiced-up wirelesslySeptember 13, 2017• Apple finally integrates wireless charging in to the latest iPhone devices • iPhone confirmed to be compatible with Qi standard
Wireless power beyond mobile phones and charging matsJuly 10, 2017• Latest market analysis shows wireless charging in mobile phones is achieving mainstream adoption. • Laptop market is poised for adoption of integrated solutions; and awaits shipment of the first enabled device from WiTricity/Dell. • Other smaller consumer application markets offer great opportunity for wireless charging adoption, with new products already being announced for 2017. • Uncoupled technologies move closer to entering the wireless charging market.
The power semiconductor market is booming: highlights from PCIM Europe 2017June 12, 2017In 2017, many suppliers expressed the opinion that the discrete power semiconductor industry is seeing its best growth since 2012, increasing across many sectors, led by automotive applications in particular.
RESEARCH NOTE - Growth of LED luminaire shipments help LED power supply market reach $13.1 billion by 2021April 05, 2017Following is information and insight from IHS Markit about our 2017 Power in LED report, which contains data and analysis for the year ended December 31, 2016.
LG and Moto lead MWC wireless chargeMarch 06, 20172017 continues to show promise from OEMs when it comes to wireless charging technology, following the launch of the LG G6 and Moto Mod at MWC in Barcelona, in addition to Huawei joining the AirFuel Alliance.
Apple becomes Wireless Power Consortium memberFebruary 13, 2017Apple Inc. became a member of the Wireless Power Consortium. This is the first time Apple have confirmed involvement with any wireless power standard body and points strongly to the expectation that the next iPhone will include wireless charging technology.
Magnetic Resonant and RF Wireless Charging Make Waves at CES 2017January 09, 2017With only one week gone in 2017, it’s tempting to say that more progress has already been made in the world of wireless charging than in the whole of 2016, with the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas already giving two new product launches from Dell and Energous respectively
Wireless Power Up 40 Percent In 2016, But Could It Have Been More?October 11, 2016The number of devices enabled with wireless charging will exceed 200 million units a year for the first time in 2016, according to the latest IHS Markit forecast. But with a number of product announcement delays in the last year, does 2016 represent a missed opportunity for wireless power?Subscribers Only
Computex 2016: Less Quick Charge and More Slow Progress for Wirelessly Charged Laptop PCsJune 08, 2016Despite long-held expectations that new wireless charging-enabled laptop PCs would be announced at the recent Computex 2016 event in Taipei, it seems the wait still continues. Even though there were a number of demonstrations and accessory announcements that instilled hope that products might come later this year no specific announcements of production-ready wirelessly charged laptops were made...
Mercedes takes wireless charging up a gearMay 19, 2016• Mercedes-Benz announces wireless charging enabled vehicle • IHS market prediction attested
PCIM Europe Highlights & Trends - 2016May 19, 2016At the PCIM 2016 show in Germany, Europe’s leading power electronics event, semiconductor vendors, component suppliers, and distributors were all on hand to promote their latest products for a myriad of end-user applications.
Power in LED Lighting Research NoteMay 02, 2016Although LED lighting shipments accounted for only 7.7 percent of the total lighting market in 2015, they are projected to rise to 27.2 percent in 2020. This growth bodes well for vendors of power supplies and power semiconductors, which are both poised to grow by double-digit rates over the next five years.Subscribers Only