TI Unveils Advances in Energy Efficiency, Power Density and New Tools to Speed Power Supply Design at APEC

Texas Instruments, the worldwide leader in power management integrated circuits, will demonstrate new analog and embedded processing technologies to drive innovation in energy management for next-generation power designs at the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC), March 21-23, in Long Beach, California.

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Texas Instruments, the worldwide leader in power management integrated circuits, will demonstrate new analog and embedded processing technologies to drive innovation in energy management for next-generation power designs at the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC), March 21-23, in Long Beach, California.

TI will highlight advancements in digital power and gallium nitride (GaN) technology and debut sophisticated new WEBENCH® power design tools and resources that help speed power supply design for industrial, smart grid infrastructure and automotive applications. Join representatives in booth No. 1617 as TI unveils new product demonstrations and uncovers end-to-end power management system designs including hardware, software and reference designs that help power supply engineers get to market quickly. Read the blog "Empowering applied power electronics at APEC 2016" for a preview of what TI has planned.

Power experts from TI will also present at 15 technical sessions, including two focused on how TI is working to qualify the reliability of GaN products and the use of a digital synchronous rectification controller for an LLC resonant converter.

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