Hua Hong Semiconductor Achieved Mass Production of 12'' 90nm BCD

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Hua Hong Semiconductor Limited, a global, leading specialty pure-play foundry, announced that its 90nm BCD process has received wide recognition from customers for its high performance index and compact chip size, and mass production has been achieved on Hua Hong Wuxi's 12'' production line.

Hua Hong Semiconductor's 90nm BCD process has better electrical parameters and excellent yield due to the stability of its 12'' process, providing a more competitive manufacturing solution for chip applications such as digital power supplies and digital audio amplifiers. The Company is continuing to invest R&D resources to enhance the technical advantages of our 90nm BCD process platform, further augmenting the device types of CMOS and LDMOS being offered, enabling user access to greater design integration and flexibility, and providing customers with more cost-effective wafer foundry solutions.

Hua Hong Semiconductor has an advanced analog and power management IC process platform, covering 0.5um to 90nm technology nodes. It can be widely used in power management, industrial control, audio power amplifiers, indoor and outdoor lighting, automotive electronics, and other applications. This process platform is an excellent choice for DC-DC converters, AC-DC converters, LED lighting, battery management, and other products.

"With the increasing variety of intelligent hardware and application scenarios, the demand for power management chips continues to grow, and more challenging performance specifications are also being requested." Executive Vice President of Hua Hong Semiconductor Mr. Fan Heng remarked, "In power management, Hua Hong Semiconductor will continue in-depth exploration, accelerate technology deployment, enlarge our customer base, further consolidate and enhance the company's technical advantages, keep pushing market boundaries, and empower green chip development."



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