The MOSFET universe is wide and varied: discover all the different technologies used in industrial 100V MOSFETs and their related costs
These two reports present in-depth analyses of the latest innovations in 100V industrial MOSFET devices. They show the differences between 20 selected devices from Infineon, International Rectifier (IR), Fairchild, ON Semiconductor, Toshiba, Vishay and STMicroelectronics. All the major manufacturers on the market and their new technologies are thus covered.
The technology report details the manufacturing processes and materials used, packaging structures, component designs, die sizes, electrical performance and current densities. The cost report then compares the components’ electrical performance, technical choices and cost structure.
100V silicon MOSFETs are standard devices commonly used in many applications, such as automotive, industrial, computing and storage, home appliances and audio and imaging. The market for 41-100V discrete MOSFETs represented US$1.3B in 2016 and it is expected to be US$1.8B in 2022.
The technology report provides a unique opportunity to understand the technology choices, technology roadmaps and evolution. The cost report reveals the manufacturing costs of the major MOSFET manufacturers, to give the bases for optimal choices of components during design and integration.
In the reports, we analyze and compare products from the five main manufacturers. Among them Fairchild and IR have been recently acquired by ON Semiconductor and Infineon, respectively. These acquisitions will push the companies to choose, in the near future, between products in the portfolio, based on cost and performance.
The reports include comparisons of cost, foundries and electrical performances of the devices.