Fabless, mobile filter start-up Resonant Inc. announced that samples of a full band 41 filter with high power handling are available from one of its customers. The HiPower™ filter meets the high power handset requirements for U.S. and Chinese carriers and may be suitable for network infrastructure applications.
Mobile filter start-up Resonant signed a fourth non-captive foundry agreement with an established surface acoustic wave (SAW) foundry that serves the RF market. Separately, Resonant reported financial performance for the third quarter of 2017, which ended September 30, 2017. Revenue was $106,000, primarily from upfront payments tied to development contracts.
Mobile filter start-up Resonant Inc. has signed an agreement with an established surface acoustic wave (SAW) foundry serving the RF market, expanding the manufacturing capacity available for Resonant's filter designs.
Mobile filter start-up Resonant Inc. added the company’s eighth customer, signing a licensing agreement to develop filters for five cellular bands. Four of the filters will use wafer level packaging, the fifth chip scale packaging.
Filter startup Resonant released Q2 financial results and progress cracking the mobile filter market. The seventh customer, an established component supplier for the Chinese RF front-end market, added two quadplexers to the design backlog.
Mobile filter start-up Resonant Inc. announced that the company signed a development and licensing agreement for two quadplexers with a new customer, a fabless RFIC provider for the mobile RF front-end market in China. The company also disclosed that one of Resonant’s filter design is designed in an OEM handset and is generating the company’s first royalty revenue.
Mobile filter start-up Resonant Inc. announced that one of its customers has shipped more than one million pre-production SAW (surface acoustic wave) duplexers, covering three high volume mobile bands, to four handset manufacturers. These are Resonant’s first pre-production shipments.
Terry Lingren, CEO of filter startup Resonant Inc., has stepped down as the company's CEO, announcing plans to retire. George Holmes, Resonant's president, chief commercial officer and a board member has assumed the role. Lingren was one of the founders and served as CEO and on the board since Resonant was formed in 2012.