TSMC, Power Analog develop 0.25-micron BCD

February 8, 2007 – Foundry TSMC and Power Analog Microelectronics (PAM), a developer of Class-D digital audio amplifiers and high-power LED display drivers, say they have jointly developed a bipolar-CMOS-DMOS (BCD) technology based on a 0.25-micron high-voltage process, built for high-performance power analog ICs used in audio and video displays and devices.

The collaboration will help PAM “deliver the most advanced next generation products to satisfy customers’ increasing demand for high-power devices for applications in flat-panel displays, as well as consumer audio and video markets,” stated Johnston Chen, president and chief executive officer of PAM.


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