Tag Archive Japan

Photonics on SOI – Japan Event recap (part 3 of 3)
Posted date : Jan 30, 2020

It should really be called SOI photonics – not just silicon photonics, quipped Soitec CTO Christophe Maleville at the SOI Consortium Japan even

SOI in IoT & Automotive (Japan event summaries, part 2)
Posted date : Jan 13, 2020

Here is our second post about the SOI Consortium’s Japan Symposium this past fall. This will provide summaries of eight very informative presen

Japan Symposium ‘19 Summaries Part 1 – 5G/RF-SOI
Posted date : Dec 18, 2019

The SOI Consortium’s Japan Symposium this past fall covered a wide array of topics over two days. The first day was devoted to IP and products

SOI Consortium Events Around the World This Fall – Mark Your Calendars
Posted date : Jul 19, 2019

2019 will be a busy fall for the SOI Consortium and our members. First off are the SOI Consortium events in Shanghai and Tokyo, which are ver

Now, We Ramp! Panelists at Japan Workshop See Good Opps for FD-SOI, RF-SOI
Posted date : Nov 9, 2018

Lots of great information came out of the two days of workshops in Japan recently organized by the SOI Consortium. Some of the presentations are

TowerJazz Ramps 300mm 65nm RF-SOI, extends long-term partnership with Soitec
Posted date : Jul 26, 2018

Specialty foundry TowerJazz is ramping a 65nm version of its RF-SOI process on 300mm wafers at Fab 7 in Uozu, Japan. To support the ramp, the com

We’re Doing It! FD-SOI Ecosystem Shines in Tokyo (Day 1)
Posted date : Jul 3, 2017

The FD-SOI ecosystem is strong. This was made clear at the recent Tokyo SOI Workshop, organized by the SOI Consortium. The event was spread out o

Upcoming SOI/FD-SOI Workshop in Tokyo – Great Line-Up, Registration Still Open
Posted date : May 20, 2017

Looking for insight into the state of SOI and FD-SOI in Japan? Want to find out who's doing IP and design support? Wondering about the major driv

2015 – Turning the Tables for FD-SOI, RF-SOI and More
Posted date : Jan 22, 2015

If current momentum is any indication, 2015 will be the year the tables turn in favor of FD-SOI designs (with a big shout-out to IoT).  The RF-S