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Vertical integration at Global Power Technologies Group promises to drive down the cost of SiC products to reach Silicon price points in the years to come

“We are proud to announce a merger of Power Materials ( epitaxial wafer manufacturer), Global Power Device Company (SiC diode and SiC MOSFET manufacturer), Global Power Electronics ( SiC module and SiC sub-system manufacturer) , and Global Magnetic Materials (amorphous magnetic manufacturer) , which have served as four incubator companies that have come to full fruition in the last five years. These four companies are now under one roof and are known as Global Power Technologies Group” , said Michael DiGangi VP of Business Development at Global Power Technologies Group (GPTG).


Delta awarded DOE grant to develop a high-efficiency compact GaN-based on-board charger for plug-in electric vehicles

Delta Products Corporation (DPC), a Delta Group company headquartered in Fremont, CA, is pleased to announce their participation in a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) $3.0 million award for the development of a high-efficiency, high-density, 6.6kW bidirectional on-board charger for plug-in Electric Vehicles (PEVs).


Toshiba launches low voltage MOSFET series with dual-sided cooling packages

Efficient heat dissipation realizes high-current operations in compact packages.


Sumitomo chemical to acquire compound semiconductor materials business from Hitachi Metals

Sumitomo Chemical has agreed today with Hitachi Metals, Ltd. to acquire their compound semiconductor materials business. The acquisition is due to take place, effective April 1, 2015.


Yole Développement announces foundation of BLUMORPHO

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BLUMORPHO will create value from innovation. Today Yole Développement (Yole), the market research, technology and strategy consulting company announces the founding of daughter company, BLUMORPHO SAS. BLUMORPHO's mission is to create value from all forms of innovation.


Sapphire industry: what we could expect after Apple’s withdrawal last September…

1st International Forum on Sapphire Market & Technologies On Sept. 3rd, Shenzhen, China “After a 2014 year full of hopes, the sapphire industry is entering 2015 with a lots of uncertainties,” analyzes Dr Eric Virey, Senior, Technology & Market Analyst, Yole Développement (Yole).
“Following a long period of depressed pricings and stagnating revenue, 2014 started with a welcome price recovery that lifted up the spirit of many industry players. But most of all, it was the prospect of a new killer application that had given reasons for optimism”, he adds.



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