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Robert Klosterboer, AMI Semiconductor's senior vice president for mixed-signal products comments: "AMIS is an approved supplier if custom and standard products to a large number of automotive manufacturers and Tier One suppliers.
AMI Semiconductor's hybrid design flow includes full design for test (DFT) capability for at-speed test, memory BIST, timing-driven layout, clock-tree synthesis, and signal-integrity checking.
AMI Semiconductor's embedded Flash memory process and custom design service provide benefits to users such as memory sized to specific needs, and supply of SoCs with integrated HiMOS Flash memory for the lifetime of a project; in automotive and industrial applications this can be 10 years or more.
It also allows for the development of an even more robust 130nm product offering with higher speed memory interfaces and timing generators, enabling AMIS to address a variety of applications targeted at cost-sensitive consumer applications.
Our relationship with Interton is a further demonstration of our total customer solution expertise for the evolving needs of the hearing aid market," said Todd Schneider, vice president of AMI Semiconductor's medical and wireless business unit.
The Sphere real-time blood gas monitoring solution -- critical to monitoring a patient's respiratory system -- includes a disposable sensor and AMIS sensor interface ASIC enclosed in a standard IV tubing set.
AMI Semiconductor (Nasdaq:AMIS), a designer and manufacturer of state-of-the-art integrated mixed-signal and structured digital products for the automotive, medical and industrial markets, today introduced the AMIS-49200 Fieldbus Media Attachment Unit (MAU) targeting industrial process automation applications.
Nasdaq:NSTR), a medical device company, selected AMIS to design and manufacture the application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) for the Northstar Stroke Recovery System.
Under the terms of the asset purchase agreement, AMI Semiconductor acquired certain assets from the Starkey design center located in Colorado Springs, Colorado that designs specialized, low power audiology integrated circuits used in Starkey hearing aids.