Intersil's High Current Switching Regulators Adopted in Huawei P9 Smartphone
Advanced architecture of ISL91110 boosts efficiency and extends battery life
Intersil's ISL91110 buck-boost switching regulator supplies power to key system peripherals in the P9 dual-camera smartphone, using a proprietary, fully synchronous four-switch architecture. This advanced architecture enables the seamless transition from buck to boost and delivery of up to 2.5A output current at the lowest single-cell Li-ion battery voltages to extend battery life.
"Intersil is pioneering advances in power management that directly address the increasing complexity and power demands of smartphones and other mobile devices," said Andrew Cowell, senior vice president of Mobile Power Products at Intersil. "Our latest family of buck-boost switching regulators is one of several key building blocks that help leading smartphone innovators like Huawei achieve their design objectives."
Intersil's ISL911xx buck-boost switching regulators’ ultra-fast transient response allows handheld devices to handle large current bursts and voltage transients of battery voltage, permitting reliable system operation under all load conditions for an improved user experience. Intersil's buck-boost regulators also offer a tiny footprint requiring very few external components. For more information on the ISL91110 switching regulator, please visit: http://www.intersil.com/products/ISL91110.
Intersil Corporation is a leading provider of innovative power management and precision analog solutions. The company's products form the building blocks of increasingly intelligent, mobile and power hungry electronics, enabling advances in power management to improve efficiency and extend battery life. With a deep portfolio of intellectual property and a rich history of design and process innovation, Intersil is the trusted partner to leading companies in some of the world's largest markets, including industrial and infrastructure, mobile computing, automotive and aerospace. For more information about Intersil, visit our website at http://www.intersil.com.
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