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Infineon unveils power modules for AI data centres


Novel design delivers 2 percent higher efficiency at full load

Infineon has launched a new series of dual-phase power modules to help reduce energy consumption in AI data centres.

(AI servers require three times more energy than traditional servers, and data centres consume more than 2 percent of the global energy supply).

The new TDM2254xD devices, introduced at the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC), combine OptiMOS MOSFET technology with novel packaging and proprietary magnetic structure to deliver high electrical and thermal performance with robust mechanical design.

According to the company, the modules allow for efficient heat transfer from the power stage onto the heat sink through a novel inductor design optimised to transfer current and heat. The results is 2 percent higher efficiency than industry average modules at full load.

Improving power efficiency at the core of a GPU yields significant energy savings at scale. This translates into megawatts saved for data centres computing generative AI and in turn leads to reduced CO2 emissions and millions of dollars in operating cost savings over the system’s lifetime.

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