Vishay Semiconductors includes the former Vishay Telefunken product lines, the former General Semiconductor product lines, the infrared component product lines acquired from Infineon Technologies, and selected product lines acquired from International Rectifier (excluding planar high-voltage MOSFETs). The main products of Vishay Semiconductors includes rectifiers, fast-recovery diodes, high-power diodes and thyristors, small-signal diodes, Zener and suppressor diodes, RF transistors, optoelectronics, power modules (a combination of power diodes, thyristors, MOSFETs, and IGBTs), and automotive modules and assemblies.
The MAXM17532 and MAXM15462 ultra-small (2.6mm x 3.0mm x 1.5mm), integrated DC-DC power modules are part of Maxim's Himalayan power solution patent portfolio for the industrial, healthcare, communications and consumer markets. With these modules, customers can take full advantage of all the advantages of the industry's switching regulators, as well as the advantages of a small linear regulator (LDO) and easy design.
The emergence of new applications such as artificial intelligence and machine learning continues to drive the exponential growth of data center requirements for processing power and I/O bandwidth. The introduction of Marvell's new transceivers is specifically designed to address the upgrade of super-large data centers from 25 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) and 100GbE to 50GbE, 200GbE and 400GbE. The 88X7120 uses 50G PAM4 signaling and supports 16 50GbE ports, 4 200GbE ports and 2 400GbE ports to meet the I/O speed requirements for very large-scale data centers.