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Don Tapscott offers his insight on how successful CIOs will use an IT Services Supermarket to balance the application needs of businesses with the security needs of the enterprise.
- New power DC/DC power modules deliver up to 120W within ultra-wide input range from 18 to 75V DC
- Targeting wide range of applications in telecommunication and industrial markets, new PKB5000W series delivers efficiency of typically 91.5 percent
- Available in industry-standard eight-brick format, new series offers outstanding thermal performance
Ericsson Power Modules targets ATCA applications with new hybrid regulated ratio quarter-brick module
- New Hybrid Regulated Ratio quarter-brick module delivers 580W across the full ATCA operating range
- Tightly regulated output voltage guarantees stable intermediate bus voltage
- Module designed to power today’s ATCA applications and ready for 580W power demands in the future
- High efficiency and low-power stand-by mode saves energy
Chief Human Resources Officer Bina Chaurasia invites you to the Ericsson Innovation Awards 2015. The focus this year is on the future of learning. What could the world learn from you? The competition is open to students at third-level schools, universities and colleges. All finalists and semi-finalists in the competition will be given the opportunity to be interviewed for a possible internship or permanent position at Ericsson.
Measuring and improving network performance - an analysis of network and application research, testing and optimization
In today’s data-driven networks, good app coverage is central to the user experience, especially in emerging markets. Yet it remains hard to measure properly.
Categories: Recognitions & Awards
Ericsson has won the Best Application award and Best Non-Isolated Digital Power Module categories in the Top 10 Power Product Awards run by the media outlet Electronics Products China. The prizes were awarded to Ericsson’s BMR461, the company’s advanced digital POL point-of-load (POL) regulator that features Dynamic Loop Compensation (DLC) based on ‘state-space’ or ‘model-predictive’ control, guaranteeing stability and achieving the optimum dynamic performance without requiring any external components.
Ericsson introduces highly robust power modules with ultra-wide input voltage range for industrial applications
- New highly robust PKE3000PI and PKE5000PI DC/DC converters suited to deployment in industrial and railway applications and also suitable for remote power feed applications
- Ultra wide input voltage ranges means new module accommodates 12V, 24V and 48V systems, delivering design flexibility for engineers and also reducing inventories
- Highly robust, new industry-standard-sized compact converters offered in encapsulated packages for harsh environments
Categories: Ericsson Business Review
Digital natives are dramatically shaking up businesses around the world – and much more than just office harmony is at stake. In response, renowned technology executive Nora Denzel distils her 25 years of global experience into a seven-point blueprint for companies looking to adapt and thrive in the millennial age.
- New 50A regulator offers high power density of 32.61W/cm3 (534W/in3) and 25 percent more output current compared to previous version and in the same footprint
- Dynamic Loop Compensation improves stability and shortens time-to-market
- Paralleling of seven modules with phase-spreading delivers 350A, while ripple-and-noise is reduced to the lowest possible level