SEOUL, KOREA: Dongbu HiTek confirmed that it will be presenting a webinar in conjunction with EE Times on June 29, 2011 to discuss an optimized BCDMOS technology and a responsive Analog Supply Chain Ecosystem.
Presentations will be made by Lou N. Hutter, senior VP and GM, and Felicia James, Strategy Director, top executives from Dongbu HiTek’s Analog Foundry Business Unit (AFBU). Instrumental in leading AFBU to worldwide prominence, Mr. Hutter holds 47 US patents and was named a Texas Instruments Fellow in 1995. Overseeing the development of AFBU’s Analog Ecosystem, Ms. James has held key design engineering and EDA positions at Cadence Design Systems and Texas Instruments.
During the 60-minute webinar, valuable insights will be provided into the following topics:
BD180LV, an Optimized Low-Voltage BCDMOS Process Technology at the 0.18um node, that can accommodate higher logic densities without impacting the implementation of reliable power management functions. Key to achieving this outcome is optimized LDMOS transistors operating over a 7V to 30V range while providing best-in-class Rsp and demonstrating desirable reliability characteristics.
Responsive Analog Supply Chain Ecosystem encompassing technical services related to each phase of the analog-intensive product development and manufacturing cycle, business services such as supply chain management and marketing, as well as legal/specialized expertise in certain end markets (e.g. application specific certifications).