Founded in 1981, AMS specializes in the development, production and sales of ASIC and ASSP products for automotive, communications and industrial applications. The company is headquartered near Graz, Austria, and is a renowned European supplier of analog/digital ASICs. AMS's design centers are located in Dresden, Germany, Stuttgart and Budapest, Hungary. Sales offices in Paris, Milan, Stockholm, London, Munich, California, Yokohama, Japan. The company has three business divisions: automotive, communications, and industrial applications. AMS can provide a range of services based on the needs of users, including: IC R&D, design, process development, wafer production, assembly, and inspection. The available processes are HV-CMOS, BiCMOS, SiGE, CMOS, and the process line width is less than 0.35 micron. In addition, the company also provides users with some special services, such as can be based on the requirements of the user will be a few different chips on a single chip, very suitable for universities and research institutions to use.
Suzhou Nanochip Microelectronics Co., Ltd., a leading provider of signal chain chips and solutions in China, announced the availability of the high-precision dual-pin digital output temperature sensor chip NST1001.
Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) announces the Power by LinearTM LTC2962-LTC2964 family, a family of 4-channel voltage monitors that are exceptionally accurate to increase system voltage margin and reliability. Traditional voltage monitors with an accuracy of 1% to 2% cannot be used with ASIC, FPGA, DSP, MCU, and MPU architectures operating down to 1V supply, otherwise valuable system voltage margins are reduced and the remaining load operating voltage range is reduced .