Texas Instruments to deliver a speech on “Data Centers are Expanding – Drive Higher Efficiency with GaN Technology” at COMPUTEX 2022

Texas Instruments to deliver a speech on “Data Centers are Expanding – Drive Higher Efficiency with GaN Technology” at COMPUTEX 2022 

Illustrating the new era data centers enabled by gallium nitride from the perspective of power management

Accepting an invitation to participate in 2022 COMPUTEX Taipei, Luke Lee, president of Taiwan, Korea and South Asia for Texas Instruments (TI), will deliver a presentation titled “Data Centers are Expanding – Drive Higher Efficiency with GaN Technology” on the morning of May 26. He will discuss how TI’s gallium nitride technology makes higher power efficiency and more power density possible in a smaller space, enabling a new era for server power-supply systems in data centers.

With the democratization of 5G and high-efficiency computing power driven by trends such as artificial intelligence and vehicle electrification, people are gradually realizing the future of vehicle-to-everything (V2X) and the metaverse. Various cloud work types, such as videoconferencing and internet calls, have become routine, and data centers are experiencing huge demand but have limited space to expand. Achieving higher power efficiency in a limited space has become a major challenge for engineers.

During this forum, TI will demonstrate its solutions to increase the efficiency of data centers, while reducing the overall space required for power supplies, using TI GaN technology. Lee will also share how the company achieves a compact footprint and high-power density in future power-management designs.