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Oct 05, 2022 11:29 EEST
October 5 (SeeNews) - U.S.-based intelligent power and sensing technologies company onsemi said that it has opened a design centre for semiconductor chips in Romania's capital Bucharest.
The technologies developed at the new office space and hi-tech laboratories are intended for high temperature and high endurance use, isolated drivers for automotive applications and high precision parts for intelligent sensing, the company said in a press release on Tuesday.
The centre encompasses the entire new-product development cycle, covering a wide range of activities such as integrated circuits design, layout, test development, applications, technology development, project management and product marketing.
Acquired by onsemi in 2008, the team in Romania has continued to grow, currently surpassing 100 employees.
"Having the entire development cycle in one place enables closer collaboration that speeds up the process from innovative idea and development to delivery to the customer," onsemi Power Solutions Group vice president Brian Pickard said.
The design center spreading on 3,000 sq m in The Light One campus is close to Politehnica, a primary university of cooperation for onsemi in Bucharest.
Founded in 1999, onsemi focuses on automotive and industrial end-markets, the company is accelerating change in megatrends such as vehicle electrification and safety, sustainable energy grids, industrial automation, and 5G and cloud infrastructure.
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