The Benefits of Using a Power Module vs. a Discrete Regulator

Today’s power systems for communications and computing infrastructure support high current loads from increasingly power hungry FPGAs, ASICs and microprocessors. To meet the challenge of designing the power sub-system for these systems, many designers are considering using power modules instead of traditional discrete POL designs.

How do you know which approach is best for your design based on tradeoffs between cost, design effort and performance?

Download this white paper to learn more about the benefits of using an integrated power module vs. a discrete regulator.

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The Benefits of Using a Power Module vs. a Discrete Regulator

Today’s power systems for communications and computing infrastructure support high current loads from increasingly power hungry FPGAs, ASICs and microprocessors.

To meet the challenge of designing the power sub-system for these systems, many designers are considering using power modules instead of traditional discrete POL designs.

How do you know which approach is best for your design based on tradeoffs between cost, design effort and performance?

Download this white paper to learn more about the benefits of using an integrated power module vs. a discrete regulator.

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