Powering the infrastructure of the cloud: Page 6 of 6

November 30, 2018 // By Nick Flaherty
Nick Flaherty talks to Chris Mann and Rob Chiacchia at Analog Devices on the power trends for infrastructure for cloud computing, 5G and the Internet of Things and its implications for the next generation PMbus specification and even the Internet from space
increasing interest in satellite comms as well. More small nanosats are being placed in orbit to provide communications links.

“The 5G small cell activity is mainly Asia but we are also seeing other opportunities in satellite comms where a terrestrial basestation in a home would have equipment that needs to power an antenna on the roof and the connection is through ethernet to carry both data and power. The power requirement is in the 100 to 150W range so we are also very busy in satcomms and that’s in the US,” said Chiacchia. “We think that’s going to be a high volume application with Internet from space.”

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