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DEFINED POWER®

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As power design quickly reaches its limits due to the laws of physics, leveraging software to intelligently manage and optimize power delivery is the next great frontier of innovation. Starting at the system level and moving all the way down to the board, CUI and its partner companies are developing intelligent solutions that will drive up efficiency and power utilization while driving down CapEx and OpEx costs in tomorrow's data center.


Infrastructure Solutions

CUI has partnered with Virtual Power Systems to deliver ICE - a software/hardware solution that leverages existing infrastructure to deliver power more efficiently within data centers and networking systems. ICE intelligently and dynamically allocates power to racks, branch circuits and IT nodes, using advanced algorithms and historical usage patterns to improve power utilization, reliability, and flexibility.


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Embedded Solutions

Connectivity provides the catalyst for transforming power supplies from isolated islands into elements of a true power ecosystem at the heart of the Software Defined Power architecture. CUI's PMBus™ compatible front-end ac-dc power supplies, advanced bus dc-dc converters and digital point-of-load modules are critical building blocks for designers developing Software Defined Power architectures for datacom, storage, networking, and telecommunications applications.


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Software Defined Power - CUI with Design World at APEC 2016

In this video, Lee Teschler, Executive Editor at Design World, interviews Mark Adams, CUI’s Senior VP, at the APEC 2016 exhibition. The interview highlights CUI’s Software Defined Power initiative in partnership with Virtual Power Systems (VPS) which looks to bring intelligence to the next generation of power supply design in data center infrastructure.


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Realizing the Potential of Software Defined Power


Software-defined power architectures can deliver significant gains in efficiency and uptime for data centers and network infrastructure. Early adopters have an opportunity to gain first-mover advantage.


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