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At the China Auto Electronics show
Posted date : Jul 16, 2008

At the China Auto Electronics show, Atmel announced driver ICs in BCD-on-SOI that enable engine-mounted electronics for control of small motors o

NXP’s new SOI-based TJA1080A
Posted date : May 14, 2008

NXP’s new SOI-based TJA1080A, the first transceiver to comply with the FlexRay Physical Layer Conformance Test, will be commercially available

Atmel credits its SMARTIS™ BCD-on-SOI technology for the advanced capabilities of three new families of automotive ICs
Posted date : Oct 31, 2007

Atmel credits its SMARTIS™ BCD-on-SOI technology for the advanced capabilities of three new families of automotive

SOI MEMS specialist Tronics and Alcatel Micro Machining Systems
Posted date : Oct 31, 2007

SOI MEMS specialist Tronics and Alcatel Micro Machining Systems have entered into a JDP to develop next-generation deep reactive ion

Atmel claims the industry’s best EMC performance
Posted date : May 11, 2007

• Atmel claims the industry's best EMC performance with its new ATA6662 stand-alone LIN bus transceiver IC for automotive electronics. It

Atmel is using SOI instead of bulk BCDMOS for it SMARTIS™ technology
Posted date : Dec 6, 2006

• Atmel is using SOI instead of bulk BCDMOS for it SMARTIS™ technology. Result:

Two important SOI-related announcements from Chartered
Posted date : Jul 11, 2006

• Two important SOI-related announcements from Chartered. It is licensing IBM ’s 90 nm SOI technology, enabling it to expand the u

More Power to You
Posted date : Apr 6, 2006

Philips is building more and more high voltage/power products on SOI. Here’s why. Since the 1990’s, Philips has been and

High-Growth GaN Applications Could Get a Boost
Posted date : Jul 11, 2005

Replacing epitaxy with bonding could pave the way for 4” substrates. Gallium nitride (GaN) based blue-white HB-LEDs (High-Brightn

On the Road
Posted date : Apr 18, 2005

To make cars more comfortable, convenient, safe and secure, leading car makers such as DaimlerChrysler, BMW, Ford, GM and VW are using In-Vehicle