Lion Semiconductor Collaborates with Renesas to Develop Advanced 50W Wireless Power


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Lion Semiconductor, Inc. announces it is working with Renesas Electronics Corporation, a premier supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, to develop ultra high-speed wireless charging solutions with up to 50W for use in flagship smartphones and other mobile devices. This work was driven by the growing demand for high-speed wireless charging as a standard feature in smartphones.

The Lion Semiconductor and Renesas reference design will help enable smartphone OEMs to quickly and cost effectively implement ultra-fast wireless charging on flagship smartphones, expanding the reach of wireless power technology. The solution combines Lion Semiconductor's high efficiency switched-capacitor DC-DC converter with Renesas's high voltage wireless charger IC, enabling smartphones to wirelessly charge efficiently at ultra-high speeds with low heat dissipation.

"Renesas is committed to enabling our customers to develop leading-edge wireless charging solutions. Through our collaboration with Lion for a higher power solution, consumers will enjoy the fast wireless charging experience on their next-generation 5G smartphones and other high-performance portable devices," said Amit Bavisi, Vice President of Wireless Power, Mobility Infrastructure and IoT Power Business Division at Renesas.

"Lion Semiconductor develops market leading high efficiency switched-capacitor charger ICs for fast charging.  Working with Renesas will help give more customers access to fast, high efficiency wireless charging experience," said Wonyoung Kim, CEO of Lion Semiconductor.

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