Advanced Energy Artesyn

Artesyn Embedded Power, an Advanced Energy company, is a global leader in the design and manufacture of highly reliable power conversion solutions for a wide range of industries including communications, computing, healthcare, server storage and industrial. For more than 40 years, customers have trusted Artesyn to help them accelerate time-to-market and reduce risk with cost-effective advanced power conversion solutions.

Artesyn is one of the world's largest and most successful power supply companies and embraces the well-known Astec brand. The company's extensive standard AC-DC product portfolio covers a power range of 3 watts to 24 kilowatts and includes open-frame and enclosed models, conduction cooled units, highly configurable modular power supplies, rack-mounting bulk front end units and power systems for horticultural LED lighting. Many of these products are available in medically approved versions and a large number of the higher power models feature extensive built-in intelligence.

Widely acknowledged as an industry leader in distributed power applications, Artesyn produces an exceptionally wide range of DC-DC power conversion products with power ratings from 2 watts to 1,300 watts. These include 48V-input, telecom-grade isolated DC-DC converters in industry-standard sixteenth-brick to full-brick form factors. Artesyn’s application-optimized families of DC-DC converters cover the application areas of non-isolated, industrial, railway and medical applications. The company also provides a family of DC-DC converters to support AC input voltage applications with factorized power (PFC + DC-DC) full and half bricks. Customized solutions in Artesyn’s board-mounted power portfolio include processor voltage regulator modules (VRMs).

Artesyn also has Open Compute Project (OCP) Platform for Network Functions Virtualization(NFV) . The Centellis OCP Platform is a high performance integrated computing system designed for the development and deployment of network functions virtualization (NFV) applications orchestrated by software-defined networking (SDN).