ALISO VIEJO, Calif. April 30, 2012 — Microsemi Corporation
"Our new power management solution significantly reduces the cost and complexity of board-level power management design by integrating system management functions required in communications infrastructure applications," said Esam Elashmawi, vice president and general manager at Microsemi. "Increasingly, the communications market values the inherent secure and reliable nature of our technology portfolio, bringing more value to the equipment that uses our products while protecting the brand of our customers."
An evaluation kit to accelerate initial design testing and experimentation is also offered. The kit includes Microsemi’s SEU-immune SmartFusion cSoC, which is offered in standard or military temperatures in a variety of packages. SmartFusion devices include an integrated FPGA, an ARM Cortex™-M3 processor, and programmable analog in a single device. The kit also includes Microsemi’s NX9415 3.3 V and LX9610 1.5 V nominal regulators. Additional features include:
- Supports up to 64 channels
- Both analog and digital POL supported
- PMBus support for digital POL
- Margining and trimming for analog POL
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