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EPC Opens GaN Power Library

Designers using gallium nitride power transistors can now go to one place to find a concentration of articles, videos, and textbooks to accelerate their products to market
Efficient Power Conversion Corporation (EPC) has redesigned its website, epc-co.com, to include a gallium nitride transistor library.



The redesign provides search and access to a trove of GaN transistor technology educational materials and product information.

From the home page, power design engineers have immediate access to a wealth of articles, videos and textbooks. 

These materials will accelerate understanding and use of this new, rapidly emerging technology.

According to Alex Lidow, co-founder and CEO, “All new technologies have a learning curve that engineers must climb prior to implementing a new technology effectively and efficiently. At EPC we recognise our responsibility to the design community to make certain that engineers know the benefits and understand the intricacies of working with gallium nitride technology."

Lidow continues, " We have taken this education responsibility seriously and have generated and collected a vast amount of materials on GaN transistor technology and applications. Now these materials are concentrated in a single location. Engineers wanting to learn about GaN transistors simply can go to epc-co.com." 

EPC’s design and applications team are experts in the field of GaN transistor technology and their applications. 

Since the founding of EPC in 2007, this team has published over 50 articles in professional journals and delivered more than 30 presentations at industry and academic conferences.

The firm says it has published the only textbook available on the subject, “GaN Transistors for Efficient Power Conversion."



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