NexGen to Showcase Power Electronics Technologies at APEC 2022

Article By : NexGen Power Systems

NexGen is demonstrating its game-changing systems products and technologies for the first time at the APEC 2022.

NexGen Power Systems is demonstrating its game-changing systems products and technologies for the first time at the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) 2022, the premier conference for practicing power electronics professionals, from March 20-24 in Houston, Texas.

A leading designer, developer and manufacturer of innovative power conversion systems using its revolutionary Vertical GaN semiconductor technology, NexGen is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, and has its Vertical GaN fabrication facility in Syracuse, New York, and a Center of Excellence for System Engineering, Marketing, and Systems Applications in Bengaluru, India.

At the show, NexGen will showcase commercial power systems that operate at 1-3MHz switching frequency, are 60% smaller in size than current best-in-class power supplies, and are based on patented Vertical GaN technology—the industry’s only high voltage (700V, 1200V) and robust (single, repeated avalanche and >10µs short-circuit protection rated) GaN technology.

Senior management from NexGen Power Systems attending APEC 2022 will include Dr. Dinesh Ramanathan, co-CEO; Dr. Shahin Sharifzadeh, co-CEO; and Ganesh Guruswamy, Chief Systems Officer.

“NexGen Power Systems is reinventing power electronics using the world’s first GaN-on-GaN technology—NexGen Vertical GaN,” said Sharifzadeh. “We look forward to introducing the world’s most efficient power system solutions at APEC.”

NexGen Power Systems demonstrations can be accessed at Booth 301, Hall D at APEC 2022.

 

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