Design engineers face particular power issues as a result of the demands of artificial intelligence (AI), quicker data centers, more effective electric vehicles (EVs), and the push toward digital unity. But in a world where achieving competitive distinction is getting harder and harder, the need to make concessions can be the only thing standing between a disastrous product launch and a market leader. See how improvements in power systems design and solutions allow engineers to meet their objectives for time-to-market, affordability, performance, and functionality without sacrificing any of these.

A paradox in power system design? Today’s design engineers must increasingly push the boundaries of physics while juggling the demands for smaller, lighter, more connected, and more powerful products with the need for more electricity.

The problems of today, like electromagnetic interference (EMI), power integrity, and thermal management, will persist as new technologies are developed and old ones are improved.

MOLEX Low-profile edge card connectors come in a variety of orientations and PCB thicknesses, and they can handle data rates of up to 25 Gbps.