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Infineon and Korea Shipbuilding develop ship electrification technology

Semiconductor firm Infineon Technologies and HD Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering (KSOE) have signed a non-binding agreement to jointly develop applications for the electrification of marine engines and machinery using energy-efficient power semiconductor technology. Infineon and HD KSOE will develop power solutions for propulsion drive technology, a key ship electrification component. Infineon will provide HD… Read more »

Infineon and GlobalFoundries extend long-term agreement for automotive microcontrollers

Infineon Technologies and GlobalFoundries have signed a multi-year deal to offer AURIX TC3x 40 nm automotive microcontrollers, power management, connectivity and security solutions. The extra capacity will help Infineon develop from 2024 to 2030. GlobalFoundries and Infineon have developed distinctive automotive, industrial and security semiconductor technology and products since 2013. This partnership centers on a… Read more »

Infineon to supply semiconductors for Hyundai and Kia EVs

Hyundai and Kia have entered a supply agreement with semiconductor manufacturer Infineon Technologies to secure power semiconductors for EVs. Hyundai and Kia will buy automotive power semiconductors such as diodes, insulated-gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs) and silicon carbide (SiC) power modules for their electric, hybrid and plug-in hybrid models. Infineon will supply the companies with power… Read more »

EcoG and Infineon work to ensure compatibility of bidirectional chargers and EVs

Munich-based tech company EcoG has presented an ISO-compliant bidirectional charging solution which follows charging standards association CharIN’s guidelines. EcoG plans to unveil a pre-integrated reference design for bidirectional charging in addition to EcoG Charge Controllers. Together with partner Infineon, a power semiconductor manufacturer, EcoG is developing a starter kit with an integrated 22 kW converter… Read more »

Infineon and Schweizer collaborate on silicon carbide-based power chip embedding

Infineon Technologies and Schweizer Electronic are working to embed Infineon’s 1,200 V CoolSiC silicon carbide-based chips directly onto printed circuit boards (PCBs). The two companies have embedded a 48 V MOSFET on the PCB, showing the potential of their new chip embedding approach. The performance increased by 35% and demonstrated power semiconductors can be incorporated… Read more »

Infineon and Delta Electronics to collaborate on automotive applications

German semiconductor manufacturer Infineon Technologies and Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Delta Electronics have announced an expansion of their cooperation from industrial to automotive applications with the signing of a joint memorandum of understanding. The agreement covers components that include high-voltage and low-voltage discretes and modules, and microcontrollers for such EV drivetrain applications as traction inverters, DC-DC… Read more »

Continental and Infineon cooperate on server-based vehicle architectures

Automotive supplier Continental is collaborating with semiconductor manufacturer Infineon Technologies to develop server-based vehicle architectures. The goal is to create an efficient electrics/electronics (E/E) architecture in which central high-performance computers (HPCs) and a few Zone Control Units (ZCUs) replace the hundred or more individual control units used in current vehicles. Continental is using Infineon’s AURIX… Read more »

Infineon releases a new series of battery management ICs

Infineon has introduced a new series of battery management ICs designed for battery modules, cell-to-pack topologies and cell-to-car topologies in EVs, hybrids and energy storage systems. The TLE9012DQU is a multichannel battery monitoring and balancing system that measures battery voltage for state of charge and state of health calculations, and can be controlled directly by… Read more »

Infineon launches new 750 V IGBTs for automotive traction inverters

German semiconductor manufacturer Infineon has launched two new 750 V insulated-gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs) designed for discrete traction inverters in automotive applications. The new 120 amp-rated and 200 amp-rated EDT2 IGBTs are AECQ101-compliant and use the micro-pattern trench-field-stop cell design also found in the company’s EasyPACK 2B EDT2 and HybridPACK. In comparison to the previous… Read more »

Infineon introduces EiceDRIVER 2ED4820-EM gate driver for 48 V battery systems

German semiconductor manufacturer Infineon introduced the EiceDRIVER 2ED4820-EM gate driver with an SPI interface, which is designed to protect 48 V lithium-ion battery systems from negative and positive voltages. It’s part of the EiceDRIVER APD product line, and is in production now. The new dual-channel high-side gate driver can withstand negative voltages at Vbat down… Read more »