Peregrine launches UltraCMOS11

RF silicon on insulator (SOI) pioneer Peregrine Semiconductor has announced UltraCMOS 11, said to be the industry's first RF SOI technology. By moving to 300mm wafers, the company says it is opening the door to new enhancements and advanced features in future generations of the UltraCMOS technology platform.

  • Peregrine launches UltraCMOS11, moves to 300mm wafers

    RF silicon on insulator (SOI) pioneer Peregrine Semiconductor has announced UltraCMOS 11, said to be the industry's first RF SOI technology. By moving to 300mm wafers, the company says it is opening the door to new enhancements and advanced features in future ... Read More
  • Setting cybersecurity standards

    Cyber attacks are said to cost UK businesses £18billion in lost revenue and £16billion in increased IT spending per year as a result of breaches. This causes reputation and brand damage due to customer data loss and lost revenue due to down time. According ... Read More
  • Accelerating accessibility of silicon photonics

    Imec has announced that it and its partners have completed a three-year programme to make a variety of silicon photonics technologies accessible for industry and academia worldwide. Within the ESSenTIAL programme, funded by the European Commission, imec has ... Read More
  • Altera joins the OPNFV Project

    Altera has joined the Open Platform for NFV (OPNFV), a community-led, industry-supported, open-source reference platform for network function virtualisation (NFV). NFV uses IT technologies to virtualise entire classes of network node functions into building ... Read More





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