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GaN Is The New Black?

In recent years, Gallium Nitride (GaN) has eclipsed Silicon MOSFETs, emerging as the cornerstone of high-power rapid charging solutions. This shift marks just the beginning of a vast, multi-billion-dollar market opportunity.

GaN’s influence extends beyond fast charger consumer electronics; it is making significant inroads into demanding automotive applications like on-board charging, DC-DC converters, and main inverters. Projections indicate that the GaN device market is set to exceed $2 billion by 2028.

Simultaneously, GaN finds a pivotal role in data centers, aligning with the surging trends of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and digitization. In this data-centric era, GaN’s superior power density and efficiency cater to the needs of data processing, driving its adoption in data centers. GaN stands as a linchpin in the data center revolution, navigating alongside the digitalization megatrend.

In this transformative landscape, GaN is not a fleeting trend but a dominant force in high-power electronics. It resides at the epicenter of multi-billion-dollar market opportunities, spanning consumer electronics, automotive technology, and the vital infrastructure of data centers.

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Ezgi Dogmus, PhD

Team Lead Analyst – Compound Semiconductors & Emerging Substrates

Yole Group

Ezgi Dogmus, PhD. is Team Lead Analyst in Compound Semiconductor & Emerging Substrates activity within the Power & Wireless Division at Yole Intelligence, part of Yole Group. With an international team of technology & market analysts, she is managing the expansion of the technical expertise and the market know-how of the company. In addition, Ezgi actively assists and supports the development of dedicated collection of market & technology reports, monitor as well as custom consulting projects.

Prior to Yole, Ezgi worked as a process development engineer for GaN-based RF and power solutions at IEMN (Lille, France).

After graduating from University of Augsburg (Germany) and Grenoble Institute of Technology (France), Ezgi received her PhD. in Microelectronics at IEMN (France).

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