How Designing in the Negative Space Provides Electrical Power Designers More Flexibility to Power Their Designs

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In this article, published in EDN, GE’s Karim Wassef, discusses how Designing in the Negative Space enables power to be located in previously "unusable" space on printed circuit boards (PCBs) and server cabinets, giving back precious space for increasing computing and networking capacity.

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