Microserver & tower server

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Microserver & tower server

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you efficiently power your advanced microserver and tower server designs. Today's advanced computing designs require scalable core power supplies, highly accurate sensing and high-speed input/output signal conditioning to lower system cost while maintaining high performance.

Design requirements

Next-generation microserver and tower servers often require:

  • Higher compute density.
  • Simplified hardware with monitoring.
  • Low energy consumption.
  • Shared resources and flexibility in memory, communications and SOC options.

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Analog Design Journal System telemetry: What, why and how? 30 Apr 2014
More literature Advanced Signal Conditioning Made Easy and Efficient 24 Jan 2017
Application note Noise Analysis for High Speed Op Amps (Rev. A) 19 Jan 2005
Application note Enabling SPI-Based Flash Memory Expansion by Using Multiplexers (Rev. B) PDF | HTML 10 May 2022
Application note Advanced Linear Repeater Used in PCIe 3.0 Add-in Card Compliance Environment 03 Oct 2014
Application note Achieve 20-A Circuit Protection and Space Efficiency Using Paralleled eFuses 03 Nov 2016
Analog Design Journal The intricacies of signal integrity in high-speed communications 02 May 2016

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