Power Electronics

Report Details PSiP and PwrSoC Growth Potential and Challenges

Anagenesis, Inc. announces availability of a one-of-a-kind market report specifically focused on quantifying the emerging market of miniature integrated power supplies (MIPS). Titled "Market Report: Power Supply in a Package (PSiP) & Power Supply on a Chip (PwrSoC) -The Ultimate Density Challenge 2008 - 2015," this extensive 91-page report provides invaluable insights into PSiP / PwrSoC market opportunities and technical challenges faced by the industry as it embraces these new technologies. This technology-focused market report provides designers, technologists, business planners, and investors with product forecasts and technology trends through 2015. The report shares insights on how companies can be successful in this market, and grades thirty-two potential players on their readiness to compete.

Since 2007, Anagenesis has conducted on-going interviews with technologists and business decision-makers intimately involved in this market transition. Such long-time, in-depth research has made Anagenesis uniquely qualified to offer an objective perspective. The resulting report has been called "deeply impressive" and "having detail unavailable anywhere else," by early reviewers.

The report follows the momentum of PSiP in becoming the mainstream solution for point-of-load proximity power sourcing for information and graphics processing chips, lighting and battery charging in a growing number of applications. Also of critical importance, it explains why the PwrSoC device represents the next evolution in high-density applications.

Arnold Alderman, Anagenesis President said, "We see PSiP and PwrSoC as game-changing developments in power management. Our report explains how a wide variety of information systems-from personal to enterprise - are continuing to move toward higher functional density. Subsequently, these systems require higher-density power sources achieved by above 2 MHz switching-frequency converters. Embedded or 'down' power solutions are reaching their frequency limit and the PSiP and PwrSoC are becoming the optimum cost/performance method to power next-generation systems. The displacement impact will be significant for every corner of the industry as these devices move into the mainstream power management portfolios."

Anagenesis, Inc., is a technical marketing company that combines both engineering and marketing perspectives to business planning and execution. We assist power semiconductor companies and others involved in the power conversion markets, such as power supplies, motor controls, electronic ballast, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), external power supplies (EPS), and inverters. Our clients include top-10 multinational corporations, investment firms, start-ups, and market research companies, as well as industry-specific inventors. Anagenesis has offices in Los Angeles, California, and Phoenix, Arizona.

This report is available for $4,995.00 directly from Anagenesis.

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