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In The Studio: GaN and Silicon Carbide | Meeting New Efficiency Standards In The Green Revolution

Nov 10, 2022
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As energy efficiency standards increase, high-voltage Silicon Carbide and low-voltage GaN are replacing traditional silicon, enabling cooler, lighter, and more powerful electronics. Join Guy Moxey and Alex Lidow, EPC CEO and Co-founder, and explore how Wolfspeed and EPC technologies complement one another in the race towards a more sustainable future. Stay tuned for the second part of this series to learn how these wide bandgap technologies are changing the way we live...for the better.

About In The Studio

In The Studio is an in-depth series unpacking some of the semiconductor industry’s biggest questions, and investigating the trends and innovations that are shaping the future of Silicon Carbide and wide bandgap technologies. Each episode features an unscripted sit-down tech talk with industry experts to discuss theories and emerging concepts that look beyond the day-to-day challenges. In The Studio is hosted by Wolfspeed’s Guy Moxey, who has spent nearly three decades helping customers develop ground-breaking applications with the power of Silicon Carbide. Explore our growing video library, and learn more about how you can harness the power of Silicon Carbide.  

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