Analog Devices India to conduct live Webinar series on Efficient Power Management Solutions in April-May 2013

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Analog Devices India to conduct live Webinar series on Efficient Power Management Solutions in April-May 2013

Four technical webinars to focus on the use of targeted power management solutions for your designs
Bangalore, India, April 15, 2013 :Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal processing applications, will conduct a series of live webinar sessions on “Efficient Power Management solution for your Design” for various system designs across multiple verticals, from communication infrastructure to industrial, healthcare and automotive sectors.The webinar will help participants understand the challenges, benefits and cost implications of choosing different power system architectures, reference circuits and power simulation tools available to them. The webinar will also help decode challenges and help system designers understand custom solutions available to address issues related to power needs.

Analog Devices designs power management products to complement ADI’s signal chains where signal integrity requires an efficient power design. The reference circuits andADIsimPower tool from ADI make selecting and designing power circuits easier and more targeted.

ADI continues to brings its 47-year old legacy of reliability, innovation, performance, and value in signal processing ICs with its growing portfolio of linear and switching regulators, multi-output regulators, analog and digital power controllers, supervisory, sequencing and hot swap (& load switch) products.

Webinar Topic Description Date Presenters
1st Webinar Digital Power controllers for Isolated Power Conversion Focus on the benefits and values of digital power versus analogtechniques and introduces ADI’s system solution for energy efficient power conversion April 29, 2013 11 AM India Standard Time (IST Laurence McGarry and Navdeep Dhanjal
2ndWebinar Powering FPGA chains A detailed review of using integrated power management solutions to power the latest FPGAs in the smallest PCB area May 6, 2013 11 AM India Standard Time (IST) Justin Zhao
3rd Webinar Sequencers Introduction to ADI’s power supply sequencing solutions and how can they help increasing system’s reliability May 15, 2013 4 PM India Standard Time (IST) Naiqian Ren
4th Webinar Hotswap and Load Switches Introduction to ADI’s Hotswap Controllers and how they meet the challenging requirements of today’s high power systems, from system and component protection, to high accuracy power telemetry. Introduction to load switches for lower power requirements. May 22, 2013 4 PM India Standard Time (IST) Marcus O’Sullivan
The Live Webinar will be presented from April 29, 2013 and continue on to May 22 2013 as detailed above. Several Power Management experts will be presenting these four seminars.

The Presenters1st Webinar Presenters: Laurence McGarry and Navdeep Dhanjal

Laurence McGarry is the Product Marketing Manager for Analog Devices Power Management division representing digital controllers for isolated power applications and switching controllers and regulators. He graduated from Glasgow University, Scotland in 1988 with BEng(Hons) in Electronics and Electrical Engineering and has held a range of roles from design, technology leadership and semiconductor marketing.

Navdeep Dhanjal is a Power Applications Engineer for the Digital Power Group at AnalogDevices, Inc. He joined ADI in 2005 after graduating with a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from San Jose State University in California, USA.

2nd Webinar Presenter: Justin Zhao
Justin Zhao is Applications Manager – Power Management at Analog Devices in San Jose, where he leads the product definitions and designs application circuits for multi-channel power management unit (PMU). He joined Analog Devices in 2004, and he holds Master and Bachelor Degree on Power Electronics in Zhejiang University.

3rd Webinar Presenter: Naiqian Ren
Naiqian Ren joined Analog Devices in 2007 and is an Application engineer in the Power System Management Group. He graduated from Dublin City University with a degree in electronic engineering.

4th Webinar Presenter: Marcus O’Sullivan
Marcus O’Sullivan joined Analog Devices in 1999 and works as a Power Applications Engineer with the Power Management Group. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Limerick, Ireland.

About Analog Devices
Innovation, performance, and excellence are the cultural pillars on which Analog Devices has built one of the longest standing, highest growth companies within the technology sector. Acknowledged industry-wide as the world leader in data conversion and signal conditioning technology, Analog Devices serves over 60,000 customers, representing virtually all types of electronic equipment. Analog Devices is headquartered in Norwood, Massachusetts, with design and manufacturing facilities throughout the world. Analog Devices is included in the S&P 500 Index.

Celebrating close to 20 years in India, Analog Devices has a well-established sales and distribution network across India serving and supporting design teams of Multi-National companies (MNCs), Indian Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)s and Independent Design Houses across several segments including Industrial, Healthcare, Defense, Automotive and Consumer. An expert team of application engineers well versed in system design and the value proposition of Analog Devices products and solutions engage and support a growing customer base in India.

Analog Devices India Product Development Center (IPDC), Bangalore is involved in some of the most challenging designs today, including complex Application Specific Standard Products (ASSPs), high performance DSPs, Analog/Mixed Signal ICs, and embedded software that powers these semiconductor chips. The team at IPDC has developed Multi-generation of industry leading SHARC® processors and Blackfin® products, Signal processing ASICs for Inertial MEMS, advanced analog and mixed signal products. Engineers at IPDC are involved in all stages of product development from “Concept to Silicon to Production and Supporting Customers Worldwide”.

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