Semiconductor Vendor Adds Design Center in Shenzhen

Aug. 13, 2008
Semtech has opened a new design and application center in Shenzhen, China

Semtech has opened a new design and application center in Shenzhen, China. The center will provide design and applications support for Semtech’s protection, power management and advanced communications & sensing products.

The center’s comprehensive protection testing laboratory matches the capability available at Semtech’s U.S. headquarters, offering extensive testing capabilities and ESD protection consultancy to support a wide range of customers in telecomm, mobile phones, set-top boxes, digital TVs, and other high-end consumer applications.

The center is also equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and is being staffed with experienced engineers to support customers designing analog platforms in the high-end consumer, communications, computing and industrial segments. The office will focus on ultra-low power and green power applications and will initially provide system-level application support, system testing, turnkey solution assistance and reference design development.

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