Infineon Technologies AG (FSE / OTCQX : IFNNY), today announced the launch a complete power management solution for compute servers that is based on Intel’s Sapphire Rapids processors (CPU). This “pick-and place” solution uses several Infineon power management technologies and devices that provide optimal power efficiency and performance. These include XDP integrated power stages, OptiMOS voltage regulator, and OptiMOS digital multiphase controllers. This solution will allow data centers to realize their green potential.
Rakesh Renganathan is the Director of Marketing for Power & Sensor Systems Division at Infineon. “These power management solutions combine software-defined digital controllers and best-in-class integrated powers stage and POL convert to deliver exceptional energy efficiency and overall system performances,” he said. We provide flexibility to our customers in system design, allowing them to optimize performance for different workloads and architectures by leveraging our cutting-edge technology. We are thrilled to offer this solution to the marketplace and further digitalize the world.
The XDP hyper-transient phase XDPE152 series controllers (XDPE15284D, XDPE15254D, XDPE152C4D ) are based upon the ultra-low power Arm(r]-M0 for maximum flexibility, optimized performance across workloads, and an ultra-fast dynamic load response. The control algorithms are designed to provide high-speed response and manage pulsating processor peak currents at minimal output capacitance. Software-defined architecture allows system designers unprecedented flexibility to optimize system performance across multiple system architectures and processor workloads.
TDA215xx series integrated power stages OptiMOS 6 technology leverages to provide superior efficiency (>95 percent) and reliability. This allows for significant reductions in system cooling and maintenance costs.
The OptiMOS IPOL TDA38640 converter has the fastest transient response possible thanks to Infineon’s Fast Constant ON Time control engine and enhanced digital telemetry when using Intel’s serial voltage ID (SVID), and PMBus.