MagnaChip to host first Foundry Technology Symposium in Shanghai, China

MagnaChip Semiconductor Corporation, a Korea-based designer and manufacturer of analog and mixed-signal semiconductor products, announced today it is hosting its first Foundry Technology Symposium at the Grand Hyatt in Shanghai, China, on September 22, 2015.

MagnaChip plans to discuss its current and future semiconductor foundry business roadmap, specialty technology processes, target applications and end-markets. This symposium is a direct response to the increased interest and demand coming from our Chinese fabless customers for advanced analog and mixed-signal specialized foundry technologies.

During the symposium in Shanghai, MagnaChip, which is the largest Korea-based analog and mixed-signal foundry service provider, will highlight its technology portfolio with discussions focused on mixed-signal, low power technologies in the Internet of Things (IoT) sector, Bipolar-CMOS-DMOS (BCD) for high-performance analog and power management applications, Ultra-High Voltage (UHV) and Non-Volatile Memory (NVM). In addition, MagnaChip will present technologies used in applications including smartphones, tablet PCs, automotive, LED lighting, consumer wearables and IoT. MagnaChip will also review its customer-friendly design environment and on-line customer service tool known as “iFoundry”.

“We are very pleased to host our first Foundry Technology Symposium in Shanghai and intend to provide a beneficial and an educational event for all of our participants,” said YJ Kim, Chief Executive Officer of MagnaChip. “Through our technology symposiums in Taiwanthe United States and now in Shanghai, we are better able to serve our global customers with our long history of successful foundry service and expertise.

A multitude of fabless companies, IDMs (Integrated Device Manufacturers) and other semiconductor companies are expected to attend MagnaChip’s Shanghai technology symposium. To sign up for the event, and to receive more detailed information regarding the symposium, please visit or


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