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Nexperia launches ‘Power Live’ July 2nd & 3rd 2020

Participate in live discussions on GaN, Silicon Germanium, Automotive, Packaging and more; view on-demand video demos

Nijmegen, June 29 2020: Nexperia, the expert in essential semiconductors, today announced ‘Power Live’ a virtual conference on the 2nd and 3rd of July which will cover a wide range of subjects related to power electronics including GaN devices, Silicon Germanium (SiGe) rectifiers, automotive applications and packaging technology.

Participants will be able to engage with like-minded people in a series of live sessions across a number of topics and discuss common challenges and demands, for example:

l How GaN-based traction inverters will deliver a breakthrough in powertrain electrification.

l Discover CCPAK, Nexperia’s new surface mount package, and next generation high-voltage power GaN technology

l MOSFETs for use in high continuous current applications

l Silicon Germanium rectifiers: a discussion of the novel diode technology with enhanced safe operating area for high frequency converter applications.

Many more sessions will include live presentations – also from Nexperia’s valued partners Ricardo and Instagrid.

Commented Robby Ferdinandus, Global Head of Marketing at Nexperia: “Many live events such as PCIM have been cancelled, but at Nexperia we understand that discussion is the lifeblood of innovation. Therefore we decided to host our own event where attendees can discuss the major issues that are challenging our industry, and hear about Nexperia’s innovative solutions.”

The Power Live Event will also include on-demand demonstration videos given by Nexperia’s resident power experts. The full event schedule is released now; have a look and pre-register for free access.

About Nexperia

Nexperia is a leading expert in the high-volume production of essential semiconductors, components that are required by every electronic design in the world. The company’s extensive portfolio includes diodes, bipolar transistors, ESD protection devices, MOSFETs, GaN FETs and analog & logic ICs. Headquartered in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, Nexperia annually ships more than 90 billion products, each meeting the stringent standards set by the automotive industry. These products are recognized as benchmarks in efficiency – in process, size, power and performance — with industry-leading small packages that save valuable energy and space.

With decades of experience in supplying to the world’s leading companies, Nexperia has over 12,000 employees across Asia, Europe and the US. Nexperia, a subsidiary of Wingtech Technology Co., Ltd. (600745.SS), has an extensive IP portfolio and is certified to IATF 16949, ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.

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