Xpeedic of Cupertino, Calif., announced its integrated passive device (IPD) shipments surpassed an unprecedented two-billion units accomplished through its mass production-proven IPD development platform that enables proliferation of IPDs to RF front-end modules.
Xpeedic’s IPDs and IPD development platform will be showcased through Thursday at the IEEE MTT International Microwave Symposium (IMS) in San Diego.
“This is a momentous milestone for Xpeedic,” remarked its CEO Feng Ling. “Our commitment to continue addressing RF and other significant design challenges remains unchanged.”
Adoption of Xpeedic’s IPDs is driven by the need for smaller, high-performance, cost-effective, and reliable electronic systems across various industries. Advantages of the solution include:
- A rich set of IPD libraries on various IPD processes, such as high-resistivity silicon and glass for common, ready-for-mass production building blocks used in RF front-end modules
- Trusted foundry and packaging ecosystem partners supporting both quick prototype and mass production.
- Home-grown electronic design automation (EDA) design flow tailored to meet specific needs for greater efficiency and productivity. Developing an in-house EDA design flow also fosters innovation and differentiation by incorporating internal design methodology that results in unique designs with competitive advantages
- A dedicated and experienced design team enabling quick turnaround for customized IPDs.
Xpeedic at IMS
Xpeedic will be in Booth #1121 at the IEEE MTT International Microwave Symposium (IMS) in the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego.
“Overview of Integrated Passive Devices (IPD) for RF Front-end Applications” will be presented by Xpeedic Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the MicroApps Theater in Booth #2447.