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New I-007eBook Highlights System AnalysisJuly 20, 2021 | I-Connect007
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In this latest title from I-007eBooks, authored by Cadence Design Systems, readers will learn how system-level analysis of complex and high-speed electronic designs is critical to solve electromagnetic, electrothermal, and electromechanical simulation challenges and to ensure that the system works under wide-ranging operating conditions.
According to Lee Ritchey, founder and president of Speeding Edge and author of Right the First Time: A Practical Handbook on High-Speed PCB and System Design: “Author Brad Griffin offers readers a very good explanation of system-level analysis of complex and high-speed electronic designs. I highly recommend this book for those who are getting started with the design of PCBs and systems that are used in data centers.”
You can also view other titles in our full library. The System Designer’s Guide to… series is specifically dedicated to educating the printed circuit and systems design sectors and serves as a valuable resource for people seeking the most relevant information available.
We hope you enjoy The System Designer’s Guide to… System Analysis: Electromagnetic Interference and Thermal Analysis of Electronic Systems.
In Chapter 2 of this book, the subject involves the challenges in the design and development of data center systems. With the exponential growth in data center infrastructure for IT networking, numerous challenges have emerged, from limited ecosystems to high-performance computing issues. There are many constraints to building data centers and updating the equipment in them. Planning is critical in managing increased capacity in the existing data center space.