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SK keyfoundry, Accelerating Business Transformation to Automotive Power Semiconductors through Offering Enhanced 0.13㎛ BCD Process

SEOUL, South Korea, April 25, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- Key Foundry, an 8-inch pure-play foundry in Korea, announced today that it is offering an enhanced 0.13㎛ BCD process to enable automotive power fabless companies to design high-performance automotive semiconductor products. SK keyfoundry's enhanced 0.13㎛ BCD process has met the requirements of AEC-Q100's Grade-0, reliability test standard for automotive electronic components, and is qualified to be a suitable process for high-performance and high-reliability automotive semiconductors that must withstand the ambient operating temperature up to 150℃. Also, the process offers high-voltage devices up to 120V and implements insulation technology above 15KV at the same time, enabling the design of high-voltage and high-reliability products such as BMS IC, Isolated gate driver IC, DC-DC IC, CAN/LIN transceiver IC for use in electric vehicles. In addition, as high-density Flash memory IP can be used in a high-voltage BCD process, it is a suitable process technology for automotive semiconductors such as Motor Driver IC, LED driver IC, Sensor controller IC, Power Delivery controller IC that require MCU functionality. In particular, Flash IP can be programmed up to 100,000 times, enabling customers to use it extensively for high-performance products that require repeated data changes. The automotive power semiconductor market is expected to continue to expand macroscopically, driven by the proliferation of electric vehicles and increasing in-vehicle electronics. According to market research firm OMDIA, the automotive power semiconductor market is expected to grow from $20.8 billion in 2023 to $32.5 billion in 2028, at a CAGR of 9.3%. SK keyfoundry has continued to develop high-performance process technologies suitable for automotive semiconductors, and has passed production quality audits for automotive components from top-tier(Tier-1) global automotive vendors with stringent quality requirements due to its high quality control levels, enabling the company to provide foundry services that meet customer needs while securing high process reliability that can be used in vehicles. "Despite the limited number of foundries offering automotive power semiconductor processes, we have continued to improve our automotive high-voltage BCD processes with high performance," said Derek D. Lee, CEO of SK keyfoundry, emphasizing the company's technology development efforts. "With more than 10 years of mass production experience with major automotive fabless companies and the quality of our mass production, we will strongly pursue our business strategy to secure a solid growth base in the 8-inch automotive power semiconductor market in the future." About SK keyfoundry Headquartered in Korea, SK keyfoundry provides specialty Analog and Mixed-Signal foundry services for semiconductor companies to serve a wide range of applications in the consumer, communications, computing, automotive and industrial industries. With a broad range of technology portfolios and process nodes, SK keyfoundry has the flexibility and capability to meet the ever-evolving needs of semiconductor companies across the globe. Please visit https://www.skkeyfoundry.com for more information.

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Omdia: AI to surpass next gen semiconductors in the electric vehicle revolution

LONDON, Nov. 15, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Decades old norms are being challenged in the power semiconductor industry as Omdia predicts an explosion in novel semiconductors due to the electric vehicle (EV) revolution. Will the AI boom have a similar impact? Power discretes, modules and ICs forecast Omdia Senior Analyst for semiconductor components Callum Middleton said: "An industry which has long relied on silicon technologies is being both challenged and enabled by devices fabricated from new materials. The development of both gallium nitride (GaN) and silicon carbide (SiC) power devices began in the previous century, but their technology maturity has matched with the sustainability movement, and devices manufactured from the new materials offer significant efficiency gains in our energy hungry world." The initial adoption of SiC devices into Tesla devices in 2018 catapulted the technology from laboratories and test designs into the mainstream. Since then, the EV market has taken off and more manufacturers are looking to include these technologies in their vehicles due to the benefits in performance charging speed, and range. This early adoption has allowed SiC to prove its performance and reliability in the real world and phone and laptop chargers has done similar for GaN. As the AI boom gathers pace it is going to put added stress onto our energy supply and distribution systems. To ensure that the benefits of AI are fully enjoyed and that this is done so sustainably we will have to ensure that efficiency is maximised, but this does not have to be done at the cost of profitability. Adopting a SiC or GaN solution for power supplies in data centers can significantly reduce energy consumption whilst simultaneously freeing up space for extra computing power. "These novel devices, and the decades of research, development, testing, and engineering that has gone before them, may not grab the headlines but they will be essential for enabling the scale and potential of Artificial Intelligence," concluded Middleton. Senior professionals from the display, AI chips and semiconductors industries are set to converge at the highly anticipated Omdia Korea Technology Conference November 22-24, 2023, in Seoul, Korea where Middleton will present Omdia's latest semiconductor research. Register here for your place. ABOUT OMDIA: Omdia, part of Informa Tech, is a technology research and advisory group. Our deep knowledge of tech markets combined with our actionable insights empower organizations to make smart growth decisions. Fasiha Khan Fasiha.khan@informa.com  

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Hyundai Motor Company, Kia Corporation and Infineon sign multi-year supply agreement for power semiconductors

MUNICH, GERMANY - Media OutReach - 18 October 2023 – Infineon Technologies AG (FSE: IFX / OTCQX: IFNNY) and Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Corporation have signed a multi-year supply agreement for silicon carbide (SiC) and silicon (Si) power semiconductors. Infineon will build and reserve manufacturing capacity to supply SiC as well as Si power modules and chips to Hyundai/Kia until 2030. Hyundai/Kia will support the capacity build-up and capacity reservation with financial contributions. From left to right: Mr. Jason Chae (Vice President of the Semicon Strategy Group at Hyundai Motor Company), Mr. Heung Soo Kim (Executive Vice President and Head of Global Strategy Office at Hyundai Motor Group), Mr. Peter Schiefer (President of Infineon's Automotive Division), Mr. Peter Schaefer (Executive Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Distribution of Infineon's Automotive Division) "Infineon stands as a valued strategic partner, boasting steadfast production capabilities and distinct technological prowess within the power semiconductor market," said Heung Soo Kim, Executive Vice President and Head of Global Strategy Office (GSO) at Hyundai Motor Group. "This partnership not only empowers Hyundai Motor and Kia to stabilize its semiconductor supply but also positions us to solidify our leadership in the global EV market, underpinned by our competitive product lineups." "The future car will be clean, safe and smart and semiconductors are at the heart of this transformation. As a trusted partner, we are proud to advance our long-term partnership with Hyundai/Kia," said Peter Schiefer, President of Infineon's Automotive Division. "We contribute premium products of high quality, our system knowledge and application understanding combined with continued investments in manufacturing capacity to address the increasing demand for automotive power electronics." Infineon's power semiconductors are key enablers for the transition to electromobility. This transition will lead to strong market growth for power semiconductors, especially those based on wide bandgap materials like SiC. With the significant expansion of its Kulim fab, Infineon will build the world's largest 200-millimeter SiC power fab and further strengthen its market-leading role as a high-quality, high-volume supplier to the automotive industry. In line with Infineon's multi-site strategy, the Kulim facility will complement Infineon's current manufacturing capacity in Villach, Austria, and further capacity expansions in Dresden, Germany. Hashtag: #infineon #Hyundai #siliconcarbide #SiC #Kulimhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/infineon-technologies/https://www.facebook.com/InfineonThe issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.About InfineonInfineon Technologies AG is a global semiconductor leader in power systems and IoT. Infineon drives decarbonization and digitalization with its products and solutions. The company has around 56,200 employees worldwide and generated revenue of about €14.2 billion in the 2022 fiscal year (ending 30 September). Infineon is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (ticker symbol: IFX) and in the USA on the OTCQX International over-the-counter market (ticker symbol: IFNNY). Infineon is at the core of the transformation of the automotive industry towards sustainable mobility. Further information on Infineon's mobility solutions is available at www.infineon.com/mobility

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TXOne Networks' Unique Stellar Solution Safeguards Operational Stability for Organizations in Semiconductors, Manufacturing, Oil and Gas, Banking, Pharma and Other Verticals

Stellar leverages Cyber-Physical System Detection and Response (CPSDR) to prevent unexpected system changes from impacting operational reliability and availability. TAIPEI, July 4, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- TXOne Networks, a leader in industrial cybersecurity, announced its Stellar solution for defending operational stability. Employing TXOne Networks' unique approach to security, Cyber-Physical System Detection and Response (CPSDR), Stellar supports the priorities of security and operations without either team having to sacrifice capability or performance. Already protecting customers in semiconductors, manufacturing, oil and gas, automotive, pharmaceuticals and other many other industries, Stellar is the first solution to offer seamless detection and prevention capabilities with complete oversight for legacy and new OT devices. With intuitive management and informed automation, implementation is quick and simple while remaining non-impacting to resource-restricted devices. The behavioral patterns of the OT devices and cyber-physical systems on plant floors are automatically established and continuously monitored. Even a single abnormal interaction demands scrutiny that common cybersecurity approaches borrowed from information technology (IT) are often not designed to recognize or address. Stellar, however, analyses the baseline "fingerprints" of each individual device to reveal any unexpected behavior that threaten reliable and stable operations. The TXOne Networks solution then prevents the unexpected change and generates alerts to complete wider analysis. In this way, Stellar is not limited to combatting known threats; rather, by leveraging TXOne Networks' OT-native CPSDR capabilities, Stellar's stability-driven approach addresses unexpected system changes before operations can be impacted. Stellar consists of an agent that works with an organization's OT devices and a centralized management console that streamlines management and policy control. A comprehensive OT-context-focused database, which TXOne Networks maintains in partnership with leading device original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), informs the accurate identification and preservation of more than 8,000 OT/industrial control system (ICS) applications, certificates and devices. To balance the priorities of security and operations teams, Stellar delivers complete protection of operational environments and the OT devices that they comprise of, including: Multi-method threat prevention to secure OT/ICS devices from malware and abuse threats Operations behavior anomaly detection to prevent malware-free attacks Operation lockdown to safeguard operational integrity, reduce the chance of downtime and reduce the requirements for outages(especially valuable for "non-patchable" systems) Trusted control of USB devices to protect against their unauthorized access "An increasing number of organizations today recognize OT operations as pivotal hubs for generating business value," stated Terence Liu, the Chief Executive Officer of TXOne Networks. "Numerous prominent industry leaders across diverse sectors are already entrusting our Stellar Endpoint security solution to safeguard their critical assets. With the introduction of the CPSDR feature in Stellar 3.0, enterprises can uphold operational stability and proactively mitigate unforeseen threats." Learn more about Stellar. Follow TXOne Networks on Blog, Twitter, and LinkedIn. About TXOne NetworksTXOne Networks offers cybersecurity solutions that ensure the reliability and safety of industrial control systems and operational technology environments. TXOne Networks works together with both leading manufacturers and critical infrastructure operators to develop practical, operations-friendly approaches to cyber defense. TXOne Networks offers both network-based and endpoint-based products to secure the OT network and mission-critical devices using a real-time, defense-in-depth approach. www.txone.com

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ITRI Set to Strengthen Taiwan-UK Collaboration on Semiconductors

HSINCHU, Taiwan, June 17, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The newly established Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) in the UK has recently released the UK's National Semiconductor Strategy. Dr. Shih-Chieh Chang, General Director of Electronic and Optoelectronic System Research Laboratories at the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) of Taiwan had an initial exchange with DSIT. During the exchange, Dr. Chang suggested that Taiwan can become a trustable partner for the UK and that the partnership can leverage collective strengths to create mutually beneficial developments. According to the Strategy, the British government plans to invest 1 billion pounds over the next decade to support the semiconductor industry. This funding will improve access to infrastructure, power more research and development and facilitate greater international cooperation. ITRI offers consultation services for advanced packaging pilot lines, facilitates pre-production evaluations, and strengthens supply chain resilience. Dr. Chang stressed that ITRI looks forward to more collaboration with the UK on semiconductors to enhance the resilience of the supply chain. While the UK possesses cutting-edge capabilities in semiconductor IP design and compound semiconductor technology, ITRI has extensive expertise in semiconductor technology R&D and trial production. As a result, ITRI is well-positioned to offer consultation services for advanced packaging pilot lines, facilitate pre-production evaluation, and link British semiconductor IP design companies with Taiwan's semiconductor industry chain. "The expansion of British manufacturers' service capacity in Taiwan would create a mutually beneficial outcome for both Taiwan and the UK," said Dr. Chang. The British Office Taipei stated that the UK has been increasing collaboration with Taiwan on semiconductors over the last few years. In 2020, the Compound Semiconductor Applications Catapult (CSA Catapult) signed a memorandum of understanding with ITRI, paving the way for a long-lasting collaborative partnership. The Department for Business and Trade (DBT) is also focusing the Digital Trade Network in Taiwan to increase the UK's capability to support semiconductor trade and investment. Recognizing ITRI as a crucial driving force for Taiwan's semiconductor industry development, the British Office Taipei looks forward to more cooperation with ITRI for technological innovation, supply chain collaboration and stronger partnership. Dr. Chang indicated possible collaboration that can be forged to align the goals of the UK's National Semiconductor Strategy and the positive impact to expect. ITRI, he suggested, can assist in establishing relevant pilot lines by introducing necessary resources to address existing gaps or offering consultation services covering design, packaging and testing prior to mass production. This would help reduce the UK's reliance on external suppliers and thus create job opportunities. To minimize the risk of supply chain disruptions, the linkage of Taiwan's complete semiconductor industry chain can significantly enhance the UK's resilience in the global market as more comprehensive solutions can shorten time-to-market for innovative products and accelerate overall industrial development. Other than the collaboration with CSA Catapult on GaN semiconductor technologies, ITRI partnered with a renowned British semiconductor equipment manufacturer in 2021, resulting in achievements in areas such as HBLED, MEMS, Micro LED, silicon photonics, and nanoscale analysis. In the same year, ITRI worked with a leading British semiconductor IP manufacturer to jointly build a platform that assists startup companies in leveraging key patents to develop competitive new products. Based on the fruitful results, ITRI is set to expand its collaborative efforts with the UK in 2023, creating win-win opportunities for both sides. About ITRI Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) is one of the world's leading technology R&D institutions aiming to innovate a better future for society. Founded in 1973, ITRI has played a vital role in transforming Taiwan's industries from labor-intensive into innovation-driven. To address market needs and global trends, it has launched its 2030 Technology Strategy & Roadmap and focuses on innovation development in Smart Living, Quality Health, and Sustainable Environment. It also strives to strengthen Intelligentization Enabling Technology to support diversified applications. Over the years, ITRI has been dedicated to incubating startups and spinoffs, including well-known names such as UMC and TSMC. In addition to its headquarters in Taiwan, ITRI has branch offices in the U.S., Europe, and Japan in an effort to extend its R&D scope and promote international cooperation across the globe. For more information, please visit https://www.itri.org/eng.        

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Omdia: 2022, a record year for semiconductors that feels anything but

LONDON, March 3, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The semiconductor market reached an all-time high in 2022, with total revenue hitting $595.7B, just surpassing 2021's record revenue of $592.8B. But the semiconductor market has declined for four straight quarters making it feel anything but a record year in its current state according to the latest research from Omdia. 4Q22 shrank 9% from the previous quarter, the biggest decline in the current downturn. 4Q22 revenue of $132.4B is just 82% of the record quarterly revenue of $161.1 in 4Q21. Table of rankings In 2021, all major application groups increased revenue by double-digit growth rates, from 11% growth for wired communications to 36% growth for semiconductors in consumer electronics. The record revenue in 2022 was mixed with the highpoint being the automotive semiconductor market up 21% year over year (YoY). At the other end was the data processing segment, which declined 6% YoY as demand weakened for PCs and other applications. The memory market has suffered the most in the current downturn with it reaching a record $46.5B in 3Q21. 4Q22 was just 52% of that number, bringing in just $24.1B. DRAM Senior Principal Analyst Lino Jeng comments, "The sharp decline in sales in the memory market is attributable to the following three reasons. One, a rapid decrease in IT demand that occurred with the end of COVID19. Two, excess inventory due to record-high investments by memory makers at the demand inflection point. Three, macro economy contraction and IT demand slowdown due to interest rate hikes by central banks of each country. In particular, the fourth quarter of 2022, prices fell significantly due to suppliers' attempts to expand sales to reduce excess inventory. Omdia expects this trend to continue in the first quarter of this year." The top two semiconductor companies by revenue kept spots in the top two, but their combined revenue was nearly $24B lower than 2021. SK Hynix and Micron, memory companies, both slipped one spot, allowing Qualcomm and Broadcom to both rise one spot each in the top five. AMD rose the most spots, up three from 2021 mainly due to their acquisition of Xilinx, which added nearly $5B in revenue. ABOUT OMDIA Omdia, part of Informa Tech, is a technology research and advisory group. Our deep knowledge of tech markets combined with our actionable insights empower organizations to make smart growth decisions. Fasiha Khan / +44 7503 666806 / fasiha.khan@omdia.comVisit www.omdia.com Memory revenue    

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