22 Sep 2023
STMicroelectronics and Augmented Reality
STMicroelectronics (ST) is a Swiss-headquartered large multinational semiconductor company. It develops and delivers semiconductor solutions across the spectrum of microelectronics applications. This profile focuses on its activities supporting AR (augmented reality) devices, particularly laser beam scanning (LBS) displays.
13 Jul 2023
EV SiC Adoption Advances as Tesla Announces 75% Reduction
There is no denying that silicon carbide (SiC) MOSFETs are the story of the next decade for electric vehicle power electronics. The material improves powertrain efficiency (EV range), operates at higher voltages for faster charging, and creates new materials opportunities, such as Ag or Cu sintering, as power densities and operational temperatures increase.
28 Feb 2023
800V EVs Charge into the Mainstream using SiC Power Electronics
The demand for electric vehicle (EV) power electronics will increase dramatically in the next ten years, primarily driven by rapid growth in the BEV car market, where IDTechEx predicts a 15% CAGR globally over the next decade.
20 Feb 2023
Hyundai: E-GMP 800V Platform Success
The Hyundai E-GMP is one of the best selling 800V EV platforms with sales doubling in South Korea in 2022. It relies on SiC technology and Hyundai has established several new partnerships to secure supply.
30 Jan 2023
GlobalFoundries is a leading semiconductor foundry, producing typically 300 mm wafers across six platforms, one of which is silicon photonics. IDTechEx spoke with Anthony Yu (VP, Silicon Photonics Product Management) and Vikas Gupta (Senior Director, Product Management & Marketing).
6 Jan 2023
STMicroelectronics is a global leader in developing and delivering semiconductor solutions across the spectrum of microelectronics applications.
13 Oct 2022
LifeSignals designs chips for wearable sensors and electronic skin patches for patient vital sign monitoring.
22 Sep 2022
ST Micro is both a foundry and business partner of Metalenz, carrying out metamaterial fabrication and also integrating Metalenz's products with its own time-of-flight (ToF) modules.