Avnet now stocking AnDapt PMICs

04 October 2022

Global distributor Avnet Inc. has signed an agreement with AnDapt to offer its programmable power management ICs (PMIC) to its customers.

The integrated and programmable PMICs power field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and system-on-chips (SoCs). The off-the-shelf devices offer flexibility, high performance and simplified inventory since only one silicon chip is used to program different power products, Avnet said.

In typical FPGAs and SoCs, anywhere from four to 20 different DC power levels are needed. AnDapt allows only one PMIC to be used instead by providing power rails with specific voltage levels, sequencing and performance.

Many of these PMICs have been approved by AMD-Xilinx, a leading provider of FPGAs.

“AnDAPT’s programmable PMICs have a potential to be a game changer for the industry much like programmable logic devices (PLDs) and FPGAs integrated discrete logic components,” said Alex Iuorio, senior vice president, Business Development, Avnet. “AnDAPT’s programmable PMICs will provide Avnet customers with similar benefits as PLDs/FPGAs such as increased design flexibility and configurability, reduced part count and board space, and quicker time to market.”

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