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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
The rise of the all-digital business is creating a different type of CIO, and opening doors into the enterprise for unexpected ICT players. But it’s not just about Google or Amazon. Operators have a golden chance to create new growth by changing the face of the enterprise communications market – and to solve a few CIOs’ problems along the way.
Categories: Recognitions & Awards
Ericsson has won the Best Power and Energy Conversion Product category of the Electrons d’Or 2014, one of Europe’s most coveted electronics industry awards. The prize was awarded for Ericsson’s BMR463-25A, the company’s third-generation 25A digital point-of-load (POL) regulator that features Dynamic Loop Compensation (DLC).
Ericsson Power Modules new hybrid regulated ratio quarter-brick delivers up to 600W in powering advanced telecoms applications
- 600W in an industry-standard quarter-brick delivers 43 percent more available power than conventional modules to power 36V to 75V applications
- Tightly regulated output voltage guarantees operation in case of line disturbance
- 2250Vdc isolation makes PKM4613NH best choice for a large range of ICT and industrial applications
- Intelligent soft-start handles high capacitances load and complex configuration mixing a large number of hold-up capacitors
Apps for collaboration and electricity monitoring win top prizes in Ericsson application awards 2014
Categories: Press Releases
New Ericsson power module integrates ultra-wide voltage input for telecom and Power-over-Ethernet applications
- Enhanced 50W ultra-wide-input power module in sixteenth-brick footprint simplifies Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) applications
- Ultra-wide input voltage from 18V to 75V means new module accommodates 24V and 48V systems, reduces inventories and is also suitable for remote power feed applications
- Enhanced thermal layout improves power-dissipation in low-airflow applications
- 2250Vdc isolation matches Power-over-Ethernet specifications
The hottest ICT topic today is digital business transformation. But what does it really mean? Is digital business transformation just a buzzword that your colleagues and competitors throw around carelessly? Or is there a real story behind it all? We set out to answer these burning questions – and what we found may surprise you.