Learn more about Infineon's cutting-edge DC-DC conversion systems in the upcoming webinar.
Data center electricity consumption has been increasing rapidly in the last few years as computation moves into cloud computing. In order to reduce the conduction losses in the DC bus, 48 V has been proposed to replace the existing 12 V bus voltage. To adapt the old 12 V infrastructure with the new one a DC-DC converter can provide the interface between the 48 V bus and the regulated 12 V rail. In attempt to define a new benchmark for the 48 V to 12 V conversion, this webinar focuses on two novel Infineon topologies. The first one is the Dual-stage Regulated Hybrid Switched Capacitor (DR-HSC) converter consisting of a combination of the resonant switched capacitor converter and a novel dual phase three-level buck converter, which intrinsically enables flying capacitor balancing throughout inductive energy. The second one is the Regulated Hybrid Switched Capacitor (RHSC) converter which combines Hybrid Switched Capacitor (HSC) and Sigma technologies. Infineon is currently proposing DR-HSC and RHSC, respectively, as regulated and semi-regulated solution for the new OCP 2.0 standard.
- Understand the key challenges in the design of regulated intermediate bus converters for different step-down ratios.
- Follow our experts in a guided webinar to explore cutting-edge IBC solutions, making use of Infineon's latest semiconductors.
- Learn how Infineon's OptiMOS™ Source-Down MOSFETs enable increased power conversion efficiency and density in 48 V step-down topologies.
Dr. Mario Ursino received a B.S. degree in electronics engineering and an M.S. degree in robotics and industrial automation from the University of Udine, Italy, in 2013 and 2016, respectively. In 2019, in the same University, he received his Ph.D. degree in industrial and information engineering working with STmicroelectronics of Agrate, Italy. He had several collaborations with STmicroelectronics, Infineon Technologies, Google Inc. and CERN. During his Ph.D. he published several articles in international conferences and journals. Ursino is currently developing very high-density DC–DC topologies for AI data-center applications, ranging from intermediate bus converters to point-of-load converters. His interests also include planar electromagnetic research, power system automatic control, power integrity analysis and wireless power transfer.
Dr. Roberto Rizzolatti received B.S. and S.M. degrees in electronic engineering and a Ph.D. in industrial and information engineering from University of Udine (Italy), in 2013, 2015 and 2018, respectively. During his Ph.D he had several collaborations with STMicroelectronics, Google Inc, Maxim Integrated and CERN. Rizzolatti published several articles in international conferences and journals. He held several patents in the field of 48V data center architecture. His main activity is the architectural definition and design of DC/DC SMPS for servers market.