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Infineon: Automotive Power Electronics
inverters, DC-DC converters, onboard chargers, offboard chargers, microcontrollers, gate drivers, power management, current sensors etc.
-Strong supply relationships with both OEMs and Tier 1s.
-Can work closely with OEMs to design tailored products for their specific platforms.
-A growing portfolio of silicon carbide products that can act as a drop-in solution to Si IGBTs (in terms of packaging).
-R&D into future technologies such as GaN.