SK Keyfoundry announces enhanced 0.13 micrometer Bipolar-CMOS-DMOS process

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ATI News Team

SK Keyfoundry's enhanced 0.13㎛ BCD process has met the requirements of AEC-Q100's Grade-0 reliability test standard for automotive electronic components

SK Keyfoundry, an 8-inch pure-play foundry in South Korea, announced that it is offering an enhanced 0.13 micrometer (㎛) Bipolar-CMOS-DMOS (BCD) process to enable automotive power fabless companies to design high-performance automotive semiconductor products, according to a press release on April 25.

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