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Trends in and Future Outlook for Semiconductor Devices with Enhanced Energy Efficiency More

Trends in and Future Outlook for Semiconductor Devices with Enhanced Energy Efficiency

Among the issues that need to be addressed on a global scale are the growth in energy consumption and rise in carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.
To conserve energy while meeting the increasing demand for electricity, it is necessary to improve energy efficiency at all stages from electric power generation to electricity consumption.
  *Toshiba Review (Vol.72, No.5, November 2017)

LDO Regulator ICs Enhancing Sophistication of Mobile Devices More

LDO Regulator ICs Enhancing Sophistication of Mobile Devices

With the expansion of the mobile phone market in recent years, global annual shipments of mobile phone products will exceed 1.8 billion units in fiscal 2017. Smartphones have become an indispensable part of daily life due to their advanced functionality that cannot be realized with conventional feature phones.

 *Toshiba Review (Vol.72, No.5, November 2017)


PPI Switching Devices for HVDC Systems More

PPI Switching Devices for HVDC Systems

Reduction of the power consumption of equipment used in the power electronics field is an important issue as part of efforts to prevent global warming. Particularly for power transmission and distribution applications, high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission systems have been put to practical use as an energy-saving method suitable for long-distance, large-capacity power transmission.
  *Toshiba Review (Vol.72, No.5, November 2017)

Evolution of Wide-Bandgap Semiconductors for Power Devices Expanding Fields of Application More

PPI Switching Devices for HVDC Systems

Wide-bandgap semiconductors including silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) are currently attracting attention for use in next-generation power devices due to their excellent characteristics offering higher energy efficiency.
  *Toshiba Review (Vol.72, No.5, November 2017)

Power Management IC for cSSDs Realizing Space Saving and Low Power Consumption More

Power Management IC for cSSDs Realizing Space Saving and Low Power Consumption

Though the higher speed interfaces and larger storage capacities of client SSDs (cSSDs) may result in a trend toward increasing power consumption in the future, it has become necessary to improve the energy conservation performance of cSSDs in accordance with international standards.
  *Toshiba Review (Vol.72, No.5, November 2017)

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