FillFactory will launch a new, large area, 3048 x 4560 pixels standard CMOS image sensor products at the Vision 2003 show to be held in Stuttgart (Germany), 21-23 October, 2003. This new CMOS image sensor has been developed using X-FAB's 0.35 µm CMOS technology. The joint development in particular
X-FAB, a leading independent mixed-signal foundry, and Silvaco, a leadingvendor of electronic design automation (EDA) software, announced today anagreement to provide mutual customers with analog/mixed-signal process designkits that result in higher design productivity. These kits will support
Surface micromachining technology available for absolute pressure sensors
X-FAB UK Ltd., one of 3 manufacturing sites of X-FAB Semiconductor Foundries AG, themixed-signal foundry leader, announced that it is among the very first foundries to be awardedcertification according to ISO TS 16949, the new quality standard in the automotive industry.As a result, X-FAB UK Ltd.
Due to projected continued growth, and in connection with a high level of customer interest in X-FAB's 0.35 µm process family, X-FAB Semiconductor Foundries AG will expand the production capacity at their Plymouth, UK facility. Related to this effort, the firm will today receive new production
Photodiodes are available immediately for all CMOS processes
X-FAB Group, the mixed signal foundry based in Erfurt Germany, today announced the availability of sixteen (16) new process options for its 0.6 µm CMOS process family. Offering an unprecedented high level of flexibility, these processes can be combined in a modular fashion to fit specific