Investing in Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide

Write about technology for a while and you’ll be tempted to think you’ve heard about all the latest and greatest stuff. Prepare to be humbled. There’s just so much going on these days it’s impossible to keep up with it all. Not all technologies that sound great will be commercially successful and not all are worth learning about. Still, you don’t want to miss “the next Microsoft” as they say.

Since we provide all our insightful and well-researched content for free, nobody can complain if we “miss” some potentially disruptive technology. But, if you’re the CTO of a major tech company and you haven’t heard about Gallium Nitride (GaN), that’s probably not going to fly. The same holds true for Silicon Carbide (SiC), another material that’s only now plodding up Gartner’s slope of enlightenment.

Gallium Nitride (GaN) and Silicon Carbide (SiC)

We first came across the term “gallium nitride” when researching the new Space Fence by Lockheed Martin that can track objects in space the size of marbles. We hadn’t even noticed this term until just recently though it’s been around for a while now. Simply put, GaN is a material that has some superior properties which allow us to build better computer

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