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Thursday 17 June 2021
Infineon, NXP strike long-term deals with Taiwan foundries
Automotive chip specialists Infineon and NXP have both struck long-term deals with Taiwan-based pure-play foundries, according to industry sources.
Wednesday 9 June 2021
Tight foundry capacity to persist throughout 2021
Taiwan-based pure-play foundries continue to see customers pull in orders despite concerns about overbooking, and will see their fab capacity stay extremely tight throughout 2021,...
Friday 4 June 2021
Texas Instruments remains top analog IC supplier
With analog sales of US$10.9 billion and 19% marketshare, Texas Instruments (TI) maintained its firm grip as the leading supplier of analog devices in 2020, according to IC Insights...
Monday 31 May 2021
New EV vendors fall behind in vying for foundry support
Most EV startups are expected to see their growth momentum dented by the increasing difficulty in obtaining foundry capacity support for chips they need, according to industry sour...
Monday 31 May 2021
NXP is yet another vendor striking long-term deal with UMC
NXP Semiconductors is another chip vendor which has struck a long-term deal with United Microelectronics (UMC) under which the pure-play foundry will have some of its newly-established...
Tuesday 25 May 2021
Pure-play foundries expanding capacity with prepayments from clients
TSMC and other Taiwan-based pure-play foundries intend to carry out their capacity expansion projects cautiously and progressively to avoid the risk of overcapacity.
Tuesday 23 March 2021
Fire at Renesas fab to further constrain auto IC supply
A recent fire that struck one of Renesas' plants in Japan may lead to a further tightening in the world's available production capacity for automotive chips, according to industry...
Friday 5 March 2021
DRAM, NOR flash prices to rise through 2H21
DRAM and NOR flash memory prices are expected to rise through the second half of 2021, as growth on the supply side fails to catch up, according to industry sources.
Tuesday 23 February 2021
IDMs may evaluate more outsourcing
IDM vendors may consider outsourcing more of their production starting 2022, with Taiwan-based contract chipmakers being among the beneficiaries, according to industry sources.
Thursday 18 February 2021
Taiwan leadframe makers to post revenue growth through 3Q21
Taiwan-based leadframe makers including Shuen Der Industry (SDI) and Jih Lin Technology are poised to post sequential revenue increases through the third quarter of 2021, thanks to...
Tuesday 2 February 2021
Fabless chipmakers worry about further supply constraints
With major Taiwan-based foundries expressing their supply commitments to their automotive customers, fabless chipmakers particularly second-tier players have expressed concerns about...
Tuesday 19 January 2021
Prices to rise 5-10% for automotive power module leadframes
Taiwan leadframe makers are likely to raise quotes for leadframes for packaging automotive chips and power modules by 5-10% to reflect increased material costs amid increasing demand...
Wednesday 13 January 2021
Major China MOSFET supplier raises prices
China Resources Microelectronics (CR Micro) has notified its clients based mainly in China about price hikes for all its power semiconductor products, including MOSFET and IGBT components,...
Wednesday 6 January 2021
Foundries see clearer order visibility for automotive chips
Foundries including TSMC, United Microelectronics (UMC) and Vanguard International Semiconductor (VIS) have seen the visibility of orders for automotive chips extended to the end...
Wednesday 18 November 2020
Taiwan power devices vendors upbeat about car applications in 2021
Taiwan's discrete power component supply chain players are optimistic that demand for automotive applications will pick up steadily in 2021 after staying stagnant for quarters, with...
Tuesday 7 November 2017
Infineon IRPS5401
Infineon Technologies has launched the IRPS5401, a five-output point of load (POL) digital voltage regulator for FPGAs, ASICs, and other multi-rail power systems. The IRPS5401has been developed as a fully integrated PMIC solution that replaces multiple regulators with a single device in a 7mm x 7mm 56 pin QFN package. Infineon said it supports current and future applications in high density ASIC and FPGA. Additional applications comprise CPU multi-rail systems, embedded computing systems, and communication and storage systems. The IRPS5401 forms a key part of the UltraZed system on a module (SOM) from Avnet. The compact package size combined with PMBus communication for real-time monitoring and control provides the optimized power management solution that the UltraZed requires. The IRPS5401 is designed for single rail operation ranging from 5V to 12V, where most PMICs are only 5V. It has one 500mA LDO output, and four configurable switching regulator outputs, two at 2A, and two at 4A. The outputs of the IRPS5401 can be used to provide the typical rails required for core, memory, and I/O voltages. The voltage output range is between 0.5V and 3.6V for regulators A to D, and between 0.25V and 5.1V for the LDO. Switching regulator A can output up to 50A if combined with an external power stage. Switching regulators C and D can be combined to deliver 8A in a low ripple, dual-phase configuration. All outputs are well within the power requirements of most FPGAs and ASICs ranging between 10W to 50W,