The Semiconductor Companies are Teaming to Develop New Innovative Solutions for Power Management
09 Jun 2015
SAN JOSE, Calif., June 9, 2015 – Integrated Device Technology, Inc. (IDT®) (NASDAQ: IDTI) announced today a long-term collaboration with German semiconductor company ZMDI to develop energy-efficient power management solutions. Integrating the two companies’ technologies and incorporating ZMDI’s leading-edge higher-current architectures will allow IDT to address new market segments with its award-winning power products.
“Digital power products from ZMDI will complement IDT’s existing scalable power solutions currently being used in enterprise computing and processor ecosystems,” said Sailesh Chittipeddi, vice president of Global Operations and chief technology officer at IDT. “And these devices will enable our power solutions to be used in broader market segments, including industrial, communications and computing infrastructure that are typically tailored for higher current applications.”
The collaboration includes ZMDI’s proprietary IP within digital power, specific products, joint development programs, and popular GUI interface software.
“ZMDI digital power solutions have achieved recognition from our customers for being the best solutions in the market, and we are excited that IDT has chosen ZMDI’s solutions and technology to complement their strong power portfolio for their target markets,” said Edward Lam, vice president, ZMDI’s Power Business Line. “Digital power adoption continues to grow as current-handling capability and system complexity continue to increase.”
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