We’ve revolutionized electronic performance by increasing
efficiency and speed, while reducing size, weight and cost.

The world already consumes too much energy. As the global middle class grows, more energy will be required. In response to global warming, government regulations and more stringent emissions standards compound the challenge. We are entering a 3rd Industrial Revolution where materials and energy must be used more efficiently. Meeting population and industrial energy consumption needs is no longer sustainable with current power system solutions.

To address this dilemma, GaN Systems has applied an astounding amount of innovation. Today, GaN Systems produces the most efficient power switching transistors available for today’s electronic systems. Our innovation has revolutionized electronic performance by increasing efficiency and speed, while reducing size, weight and cost.

GaN Systems innovation also brings both reliability and scalability to today’s systems. We developed our patented Island Technology® and GaNPX™ packaging for extreme speed and current, allowing our transistors to deliver the most reliable and eco-friendly power switching available. Our products leverage the benefits of gallium nitride’s low on-resistance, superior fast-switching capabilities and zero reverse recovery losses. These greener solutions for the world’s most critical growth markets provide power system designers with the tools to outperform all other conventional silicon options by at least 10 fold. With optimal efficiency, scalability and reliability, GaN Systems’ innovation has spawned a portfolio of solutions to address the most vexing design challenges.

Most importantly, our products provide our customers with the capacity for considerable innovation. One extraordinary example of innovation was shown recently by the Red Electrical Devils, a team of CT+E engineers that produced the 2 kVA inverter that won Google’s Little Box Challenge. GaN Systems’ GS66508P transistors enabled the team to design and build an inverter with a power density of ~145 W/in³ in only 14 cubic inches! Their inverter outperformed the Little Box Challenge power density goal by nearly a factor of 3, which, according to Google, “is 10 times more compact than commercially available inverters.”

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