Munich, Germany - Business Wire India
Infineon Technologies (FSE: IFX / OTCQX: IFNNY) extends its medium voltage MOSFET portfolio with OptiMOSTM 300 V, setting a new standard in the Power MOSFET market. In doing so, the company confirms its position as market leader enabling energy efficient solutions in applications such as telecom systems, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), motor control, industrial power supplies and DC/AC inverters.
The new OptiMOS 300 V helps system designers to increase power density and reduce cost with the highest level of reliability. Ultimately, for the end user, this translates into energy cost savings. For example, in hard switching applications such as AC/DC converters OptiMOS 300 V cuts energy losses by 50 percent. This allows for higher switching frequencies and, consequently, passive component and solution size reduction. Furthermore, OptiMOS 300 V
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
- CG selected as main supplier of data concentrators (Distribution Transformer Controllers)
- PRIME standard based smart grid deployment
- ZIV smart grid solutions market leader
Infineon Technologies AG (FSE: IFX / OTCQX: IFNNY) today introduced the OptiMOS™ 5 25V and 30V product family, the next generation of Power MOSFETs in standard discrete packages, a new class of power stages named Power Block, and in an integrated power stage, DrMOS 5x5. Together with Infineon’s driver and digital controller products the company delivers full system solutions for applications such as server, client, datacom or telecom.
Megatrends such as Cloud Computing, Internet of Things and Social Media drive an ever increasing demand for computing power in modern society. This is accompanied by a boost in energy consumption which, in return, triggers the need for energy efficiency within the power conversion chain. The newly introduced OptiMOS 25V and 30V product family offers benchmark solutions with efficiency improvements of around 1 percent across the whole load range compared
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India - Business Wire India
- Won all three orders from Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL)
- Crompton LEDs to provide 50% energy savings
Crompton has won three prestigious orders from Energy Efficiency Services Ltd. (EESL), a joint venture set up by the Power Ministry comprising of four public sector undertakings - NTPC, PFC, REC and Power Grid, for the implementation of energy efficiency projects in the country. Crompton was the only player in the entire lighting industry to qualify for all three orders for energy efficient LED lamps from EESL, as per their technical and commercial requirements.
Crompton will supply close to 4 million LED lamps to EESL for its different projects, the first of which was launched in Andhra Pradesh to distribute 7W LED lamps to consumers at an affordable
GCC interconnection power grid project to open up lucrative opportunities for market participants, says Frost & Sullivan Dubai, United Arab Emirates - Business Wire India
The Middle East power cables market has witnessed dramatic growth over the past decade due to large investments in the power, oil and gas, infrastructure and construction sectors. The market will continue its uptrend, as developing countries including the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and Iraq plan to spend significantly on the power sector. With the private sector’s contribution to power generation expected to grow from 7.4 per cent to over 17 per cent by 2020, the KSA alone will account for an investment of around USD 100 billion. Thus, significant opportunities are on the horizon for cable manufacturers in the region.New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Strategic Analysis of the Middle East Power