STMicroelectronics has made its first silicon carbide wafers that can be run on a 200mm line.
Keynotes at this year’s IRPS conference focused on the way in which scaling is forcing changes to the way that the reliability aspects of semiconductors are examined.
ES Design West aims to help integrate the supply chain but also has plenty of engineering content aimed at low power, security, embedded and more.
X-Fab Silicon Foundries has upgraded its 6in fab in Lubbock, Texas to handle silicon carbide wafers in parallel with existing silicon production.
Researchers describe at IEDM 2015 how they are making gallium nitride fit into a wider range of power-handling applications and may even result in mass-market vertical transistors.
Intersil is aiming to remove the intermediate converters from the power buses of industrial systems using a buck converter that can take a voltage of 48V and provide power rails down to 1V.
Will help industry giants develop more reliable power electronics systems for applications including transport and power generation.
New MicReD power tester identifies failure causes without the need for post-test lab analysis
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