MagnaChip Semiconductor Corporation announced today it has begun volume production of a Power Management IC (PMIC) designed by Himax...
MagnaChip Semiconductor Corporation announced today that it has expanded its line of cost effective 0.18 micron multiple-time programmable intellectual property (MTP-IP) devices...
The Foundry Technology Symposium will showcase MagnaChip's latest technology offerings and provide a wide-ranging overview of MagnaChip's manufacturing capabilities, specialty technologies, target applications and end-markets. In addition, MagnaChip plans to discuss current and future semiconductor foundry business trends, and provide insights into key end markets.
MagnaChip will showcase its proprietary foundry technology used by customers to help enable the design and production of: Mixed-Signal for Fingerprint Sensor ICs and IoT (Internet of Things) applications, BCD (Bipolar-CMOS-DMOS) for high-performance analog and power management applications, and NVM (Non-Volatile Memory) and UHV (Ultra High Voltage) for touch IC and LED lighting applications.
In addition, MagnaChip will provide a comprehensive overview of technologies used in various products and end markets including smartphones, tablet PCs, automotive, industrial and wearables. Technical experts and customer-facing representatives from MagnaChip will highlight the Company's customer-friendly design environment and proprietary on-line customer service tool, "iFoundry".
"We are pleased to host our 2016 Foundry Technology Symposium in Taiwan," said YJ Kim, Chief Executive Officer of MagnaChip. "We will offer attendees an opportunity to better understand how our foundry offerings and specialty technologies may be used to develop leading-edge products targeted to high-growth markets."
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