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ARM's microprocessor cores are ideally suited to these end-applications, as they offer high-processing power with low-power consumption," said Glenn Fraser, AMIS vice president of marketing and business development.
Developed specifically for PSA Peugeot Citroen, the REMP, REMQ, and REMX VAN transceiver that AMIS supplies are based on the company's high-voltage mixed-signal semiconductor process technologies.
AMI Semiconductor's standard cell product technology supports a wide range of I/O standards including SSTL, HSTL, LVPECL, and LVDS.
The wide operating frequency range of these new transceivers eliminates this problem, allowing a single device to be implemented across multiple applications and regions," said Tony Denayer, AMI Semiconductor's senior vice president, High Voltage Communications and ASSPs.
The AMIS-74980x family of ambient light sensors, with its lower cost and small form factor, benefits price- and size-sensitive mobile applications," said Jon Stoner, CTO of AMI Semiconductor.
The implementation of FLIR's proprietary microbolometer production process further demonstrates AMI Semiconductor's value as a foundry for complex semiconductor components.
During 2005, ABT engaged with AMIS to complete an FPGA-to-ASIC conversion into an 180nm cell-based device using AMI Semiconductor's unique hybrid interface combining FPGA-to-ASIC support with SoC integration expertise.
The ultra low-power consumption ASIC for the Northstar system is being designed and produced by AMIS at the company's Carlsbad, California design center and Pocatello, Idaho manufacturing facility.
POCATELLO, Idaho -- AMI Semiconductor (Nasdaq:AMIS), a designer and manufacturer of state-of-the-art integrated mixed-signal and structured digital products, today announced that it has been selected by Interton, a leading hearing system manufacturer, to develop advanced wireless capabilities in hearing aid devices through an ultra low-power radio frequency (RF) subsystem.