Ferric President and CEO, Dr. Noah Sturcken, Speaks on ECCE Panel on “Advancements, Challenges, and End-Games in Power Supply on Chip (PwrSoc)"

The Tenth Annual IEEE Energy Conversion and Exposition (ECCE 2018) held in Portland, Oregon is the pivotal international conference and exposition event on electrical and electromechanical energy conversion field.

Dr. Noah Sturcken, Ferric’s President and CEO spoke on the panel ECCE 2018 in Portland, Oregon on September 26 th , 2018 to discuss how integrated magnetic thin film inductors advance and contribute to the challenges faced by power supply on chip (PwrSoC) development. “The ECCE event had excellent participation from industry leaders in the field of energy conversion and integrated power management, sharing their perspective of the challenges that our industry currently faces. It was an honor to join this panel” said Dr. Sturcken. “The integration of inductors with Ferric’s thin film magnetics technology addresses many of these challenges and we are seeing significant momentum and adoption of Ferric’s technology into the next generation of power supply on chips.”

Ferric’s commercially available integrated magnetic thin film inductor technology reduces power consumption, allows smaller footprint designs, and reduces overall bill of materials for power supply on chip implementations. Ferric offers complete power converters on a chip, including all necessary passive components, which allows for direct integration into the packaging of the load IC.

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