Many new FPGAs are typically designed using advanced technology to achieve low power consumption while providing high performance. Those FPGAs use the new fabrication process that tends to require a lower core voltage, which extends the voltage range needed for its power supply with a higher supplying current capability. Power devices with the ability to provide multiple voltage levels in a wider range with higher current supporting capability for high-power blocks are ideal for those applications with varying power requirements. Read this paper to learn how to satisfy the varying power requirements of new FPGAs with a digital power module.