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Infineon and TDK partner to help developers design inverters quickly

Infineon Technologies has joined forces with TDK to develop an integrated solution for inverters to be used in e-mobility powertrains. The idea is to enable developers to test and implement drive concepts quickly and easily. To create an inverter that’s optimized for automotive applications, Infineon and TDK redeveloped the key components and matched them perfectly… Read more »

Lux Research: Infineon is a “clear winner” in power electronics field

Batteries get most of the press, but power electronics (gadgets like inverters, onboard chargers and DC/DC converters) are critical components of all sorts of electrified vehicles as well as high-tech energy solutions. As the electromobility/clean energy sector grows, leading companies in the power electronics field could be poised for major growth. Lux Research recently released… Read more »

Infineon and United Microelectronics collaborate on automotive power semiconductors

Semiconductor manufacturer Infineon Technologies and semiconductor foundry United Microelectronics (NYSE: UMC), which have worked together for 15 years, plan to extend their manufacturing partnership into power semiconductors for automotive applications. Infineon will transfer its automotive-qualified Smart Power Technology (SPT9) to UMC, and production will be extended to 300 mm wafers. Production of SPT9 products at… Read more »

Infineon to acquire International Rectifier, pioneer in wide-bandgap semiconductors

Infineon Technologies (OTC: IFNNF), Germany’s largest chipmaker, will acquire California-based International Rectifier (NYSE: IRF) for $40 per share in a $3 billion deal. International Rectifier specializes in power-management semiconductors. Particularly attractive to Infineon is IRF’s expertise in gallium nitride on silicon (GaN) semiconductors. According to Bloomberg, the acquisition will solidify Infineon’s position in GaN discretes… Read more »

BorgWarner receives $4.97 million from DOE to develop SUPER inverter

BorgWarner is the recipient of a $4.97 million DOE award for the development of a Scalable Ultra Power-dense Extended Range (SUPER) inverter. This project is one of 24 university and industry-led projects that collectively were awarded $60 million in an effort to reduce emissions from the transportation sector. BorgWarner is leading this 39-month project and… Read more »

Optimized Chip Design and Packaging for SiC MOSFETs in EV Charging Applications

This session highlights the key differentiators in Infineon’s SiC technology; Packages and features that enhance the performance reduce the cost and explains the criteria for selection of SiC components for off-board and onboard charging. Presented by: David Levett, Design and Applications Engineer, Industrial Power & Control, Infineon Technologies Shri Joshi, Marketing Director, Industrial Power and… Read more »

Increase EV range 5 to 12% by reducing losses using AI transistor control to increase switching speeds

Pre-Switch is pioneering AI to control power transistors in order to increase inverter switching speeds to new highs. This will reduce motor losses enabling greater EV range. So far, the company has demonstrated an Inverter efficiency of over 99.3% peak efficiency at 100kHz using low only 3 cost SiC 35mΩ MOSFETs. Join this session at… Read more »

DENSO to produce EV inverters in Maryville, Tennessee

DENSO, an enormous automotive supplier with headquarters in Japan and 220 facilities in 35 countries, plans to produce a next-generation inverter for US OEMs at its plant in Maryville, Tennessee. The Maryville location will be the site of one billion dollars of new investment in electrification, connectivity and safety products over the next few years…. Read more »