WIN Semicondocutors reported November revenue of NT$1,089 million ($34.2 million), which was a sequential increase of 4.3 percent and 2.4 percent greater than November 2015. Year-to-date revenue (January through November 2016) was NT$12,527 million ($394 million), 14.6 percent greater than the same period in 2015.
WIN Semiconductors Corp., the world’s largest pure-play compound semiconductor foundry,announced the expansion of its GaN technology portfolio with addition of the NP45 gallium nitride on silicon carbide process. NP45 is a 0.45μm-gate MMIC technology enabling users to design fully integrated amplifier products as well as custom discrete transistors, and has been optimized for use in 4G macro-cell base station power amplifiers operating at 2.7 GHz and above where bandwidth and linearity performance are key differentiators.
WIN Semiconductors Corp., the world’s largest pure-play compound semiconductor foundry, announced the release of its sixth generation Enhancement-Depletion mode GaAs Pseudomorphic HEMT technology for high performance RF and mmWave applications.
WIN Semiconductors Corp. , a pure-play Gallium Arsenide (GaAs) foundry, and Presto Engineering , a semiconductor product engineering company, announced a strategic collaboration to deliver characterization and testing services for companies developing products utilizing GaAs technology from WIN. The agreement covers wafer-level and packaged part development activities, including design...