TechInsights Introduces Power Semiconductor Subscription To Provide Analysis on Power Semiconductor Technologies
June 17, 2019
The new subscription service provides ongoing insights into emerging and evolving Gallium Nitride, Silicon Carbide, and Silicon power semiconductors.
OTTAWA, Canada, March 6, 2019 — TechInsights, a trusted patent and technology partner to the world’s largest and most successful companies, announced its new Power Semiconductor subscription, a technical intelligence service that provides regular, succinct analysis of emerging power semiconductor products as they enter mass production in high-volume applications. In addition, the company is offering custom analysis services for power semiconductor products.
“The semiconductor industry is developing smaller, more efficient power process technologies, using Silicon Carbide and Gallium Nitride,” said Mike McLean, SVP of Technology at TechInsights. “Our new Power Semiconductor subscription service is ideal for market leaders seeking to design roadmaps based on hard facts about cutting-edge Gallium Nitride, Silicon Carbide, and Silicon devices.” The Power Semiconductor Subscription service includes:
• 10 summary reports and hundreds of high-resolution supporting images
• Analysis coverage including device metrics, package x-rays, die photos, SEM plan-view im-ages and cross-sectional SEM images, cross-sectional TEM images and material analysis
• TechInsights tri-annual analyst briefing
• An annual patent landscape summary
• Annual analyst workshop
• Real time updates provide access to work in progress as well as exploratory work on more than 30 devices
TechInsights’ primary focus for the 2019 Power Semiconductor subscription is consumer appli-cations of Gallium Nitride technology, specifically where it has the potential to replace super junction MOSFET devices in low form factor applications. Additionally, the company plans to monitor Silicon Carbide technologies as they compete with IGBT, and innovations in the mature Silicon technology that allow it to compete with Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide. The analy-sis will include technology and products from more than 20 major companies driving innovation using these technologies.
For more information on the Power Semiconductor subscription and custom analysis, visit the company’s website.