GaN Systems invites visitors at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to see the latest GaN powered breakthroughs from game-changing companies that are transforming today’s and future automobiles, energy storage systems, wireless charging solutions, and consumer electronics.
The rollout of new electronics and data-intensive technologies increasingly demands significant amounts of power. At the center of 2019 trends is the undeniable need for new ways of thinking about and addressing the power needs of the diverse technology that surrounds us. As we evolve globally, power cannot be taken for granted and simply viewed as an endless resource that comes out of a plug in a wall.
GaN Systems is taking the lead in providing the technology for new power system design approaches. Using GaN power semiconductors will usher in entirely new energy efficient systems and products capable of transforming the future such as bringing about lighter and longer range electric cars, better navigation and sensing in autonomous vehicles, devices without power cords, and more affordable and improved energy storage systems.
GaN semiconductors as a building block for these systems is enabling the creation of new energy efficient systems and products capable of transforming the future that are 4X smaller, 4X lighter, and exhibit 4X less energy loss.
GaN Systems’ power semiconductors are used in products across a wide range of applications. Visit GaN Systems and its customers and partners: (LVEggtronic CC, South Hall 4 – 36325), Osram (Booth 8521), and PowerSphyr (Booth 2107) at CES. GaN Systems will be showing additional products in its suite. Demonstrations include:
- 4-channel, high power LiDAR system
- Power supplies with 150% output power and no increase in size
- Multi-device wireless power charging
- Free-positioning capacitive wireless TV and laptops
- A portable energy storage and generation system
Jim Witham, CEO of GaN Systems commented: “We’re excited to see the growing number of GaN-powered devices and technologies that will be showcased at CES 2019 from our customers and partners. GaN technology is becoming the standard building block for product innovation by enabling new power system design approaches that meet size, power, efficiency, and system cost requirements.”