Embedded Insiders - Episode #16 - Power, PCIM, and Europe

June 2, 2017 Embedded Computing Design

Once again, power takes center stage, at least in this week’s Embedded Insiders podcast. ECD Power Editor Alix Paultre is at the PCIM show in Germany, Europe’s premier event for the power-semiconductor industry. In our discussion, Alix details what was hot at the show, and why. Interestingly, we discussed how and why some technologies seem to be more in vogue in the U.S. verses Europe and vice-versa.

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