Ericsson has announced a collection of technical papers on advanced digital DC/DC power technologies. The ‘Digital Power Compendium’ comprises more than 450 pages and includes Ericsson’s key technical papers on digital power and detailed specifications of the company’s comprehensive and industry-leading range of advanced bus converter and point-of-load DC/DC conversion products.
This document constitutes valuable and educational material for power communities in both industrial and academic fields. The Digital Power Compendium will enable designers and students to learn and build upon the possibilities offered by digital power technology and make a significant contribution in reducing energy consumption.
“The Digital Power Compendium is first of its kind in the industry,” said Patrick Le Fèvre, Marketing and Communication Director of Ericsson Power Modules. “It narrates a story of innovation and represents the very best of Ericsson’s R&D activities in digital power. It has the potential to energize a new generation of power designers and further accelerate the adoption of digital power, leading to the significant reduction of energy consumption and CO2 emissions in ICT applications.”
The compendium is the result of close cooperation with early adopter customers and the selection of the very best technical papers available from the Ericsson Power Modules database; specifically those that offer the most relevant, important and easy-to-grasp information about digital power technologies.
Since the inception of Ericsson’s digital power approach- known as 3E (Enhanced performance, Energy management and End-user value) – Ericsson has published more than 50 technical papers, contributed to more than 100 articles, and has presented at all the prestigious power conferences. Earlier this year Ericsson presented its new FRIDA II digital platform.
The Digital Power Compendium is available for download at digitalpowercompendium.com.