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SEMICONDUCTOR COMPANIES IN GERMANY List 2023 Updated
1.INOVA Semiconductors GmbH
Inova Semiconductors GmbH is a fabless semiconductor manufacturer headquartered in Munich, Germany which was founded in 1999. It specializes in the development of state-of-the-art products for Gigabit/s serial data communication. The products are manufactured by leading factories in Europe and Asia and sold through a widespread world-wide distribution network.
ADDRESS:- Industrial park IVG Business Park, Media Works Munich
2.ON Semiconductor Germany GmbH
We market our products under our registered trademark ON Semiconductor® and our ON logo. We own rights to a number of patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and other intellectual property directly related to and important to our business. Our policy is to protect our products and processes by asserting our intellectual property rights where appropriate and prudent and by obtaining patents, copyrights and other intellectual property rights used in connection with our business when practicable and appropriate.
A complete listing of ON Semiconductor’s registered and common law trademarks and other commonly used trademarks may be accessed at the following link: Trademarks
A listing of ON Semiconductor’s product/patent coverage may be accessed at the following link: Patent Marking
Product Longevity Program
ADDRESS:- Einsteinring 28, 85609 Aschheim
From Austin to Toulouse, Shenzhen to Nijmegen, our people around the globe work to advance our world and make it a safer, smarter, more connected place. We’re reaching those goals through our exceptional technological innovations, giving back to our local communities and instilling pride in our employees. Together, we’re a united front, a force for good. Together, we are NXP. Our diverse and talented employees drive the innovation that sets our company apart and fuels our success in the market. NXP employees have a customer-focused passion to win, embrace new technologies and challenges, take pride in their work and seize opportunities for excellence, all while supporting each other.
All Processors and MCUs
Peripherals and Logic
Security and Authentication
ADDRESS:- Schatzbogen 7, 81829 München
4.Marvell Semiconductor Germany GmbH
Progress takes many forms. Sometimes, progress is the breakthrough solution that helps the world leap forward. Other times, progress is the result of unforeseen obstacles that make us pause and think about what we need to do differently in order to do things right. Focused and determined, we unite behind your goals as our own. We leverage our unrivaled portfolio of data infrastructure semiconductor technology to identify the best solution for your unique needs. And we sit shoulder-to-shoulder with your teams to build it. Agile in our thinking, and our partnerships, we look for unexpected connections that deliver a competitive edge and reveal new opportunities. At Marvell, we’re driven by the belief that how we do things matters just as much as what we do.
Data Processing Units
Marvell Government Solutions
ADDRESS:- Siemensstraße 23, 76275 Ettlingen
ABOUT US:- Dialog Semiconductor is a leading provider of standard and custom integrated circuits (ICs) that power the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial IoT applications. Dialog’s proven expertise propels the next generation of today’s devices by providing Battery Management, Bluetooth® low energy, Wi-Fi, Flash memory, and Configurable Mixed-signal ICs, improving power efficiency, reducing charge times, while increasing performance and productivity on the go.
Dialog operates a fabless business model and is a socially responsible employer pursuing many programs to benefit the employees, community, other stakeholders and the environment it operates in. With decades of experience and world-class innovation, we help manufacturers get to what’s next. Our passion for innovation and entrepreneurial spirit ensures we remain at the forefront of power efficient semiconductor technology for the IoT, mobile, computing and storage, connected medical, and automotive markets.
PROGRAMMABLE MIXED SIGNAL DEVICES
INDUSTRIAL EDGE COMPUTING
INTERFACE / SENSORY
MIXED SIGNAL ASICS
ADDRESS:- Industriestraße 1, 82110 Germering
6.Allegro Microsystems Germany GmbH
We design and develop sensor ICs, application-specific analog power ICs and photonics components that meet the needs of the most demanding applications. As the number one supplier of magnetic sensor IC solutions and a leading supplier of power ICs and photonics, we have developed a track record of applying innovative circuit design, process and packaging technologies to deliver highly reliable, high performance solutions that precisely measure motion, speed, position and current.
Allegro is at the heart of systems that sense, regulate and drive a variety of mechanical systems. This includes sensing angular or linear position, driving an electric motor or actuator, and regulating the power applied to sensing and driving circuits so they operate safely and efficiently.
These capabilities are based on fundamental technical advances we have made in the field of magnetic sensor and power ICs.
ADDRESS:- Vangerowstraße 18, 69115 Heidelberg
7.Amkor Technology Holding B.V. Germany
Amkor Technology, Inc. is one of the world’s largest providers of outsourced semiconductor packaging and test services. Founded in 1968, Amkor pioneered the outsourcing of IC packaging and test, and is now a strategic manufacturing partner for more than 250 of the world’s leading semiconductor companies, foundries and electronics OEMs. Amkor’s operating base includes 11 million square feet of floor space with production facilities, product development centers and sales and support offices located in key electronics manufacturing regions in Asia, Europe and the U.S.”
ADDRESS:- Werner-Eckert-Straße 8, 81829 München
8.Formac Elektronik GmbH
Formac is a European-based manufacturer of various PC devices. Formac is most widely known for its TFT Display range, desktop and portable data storage products, or historically for its advanced Graphics cards and video conversion products. In 2006 Formac launched the Disk Mini range of portable data storage for Windows and Mac computers. The first models were equipped with FireWire (IEEE1394) and USB 2.0 ports to cater for fast data transfer speeds. The Disk Mini range has received numerous awards and award nominations both from IT industry press and from public. In 2007 a USB 2.0 only version was released sending the Disk Mini in to the mainstream data storage arena.
ADDRESS:- Berlin, Germany
9.Halbleiterwerk Frankfurt (Oder)
VEB Halbleiterwerk Frankfurt (Oder) (abbreviated HFO or HWF) was the largest manufacturer of semiconductor devices in the German Democratic Republic. In 1989, HFO produced 110 million integrated circuits (70% of all integrated circuits produced in the GDR in that year), 9.7 million transistors, and 150 million transistor chips. Despite this, HFO did not rise to prominence like Zentrum Mikroelektronik Dresden (of megabit chip fame) or VEB Mikroelektronik “Karl Marx” Erfurt (known for its microprocessors). Also unlike Zentrum Mikroelektronik Dresden and VEB Mikroelektronik “Karl Marx” Erfurt, HFO did not survive long after German Reunification.
Neuhaus am Rennweg
Hall effect sensors
mixed-signal integrated circuits
application-specific integrated circuits
ADDRESS:- Frankfurt (Oder), Germany
10.Kombinat Mikroelektronik Erfurt
VEB Kombinat Mikroelektronik Erfurt was an important manufacturer of active electronic components in East Germany. It should not be confused with the more well-known VEB Kombinat Robotron Dresden which used integrated circuits from Kombinat Mikroelektronik in its computers. The trademark RFT (short for Rundfunk- und Fernmelde-Technik) was used for components from Kombinat Mikroelektronik, as well as for most electronic products from East Germany (in other words, RFT was merely a trademark used by a number of otherwise unrelated companies). The Kombinat Mikroelektronik Erfurt was formed in 1978 when the VVB Bauelemente und Vakuumtechnik was split into VEB Kombinat Elektronische Bauelemente Teltow for passive electronic components and VEB Kombinat Mikroelektronik Erfurt for active electronic components. However, the history of many of the individual plants reaches back further, in some cases to before the Second World War. In 1971 the first integrated circuits had been manufactured — the D100C (TTL) by Halbleiterwerk Frankfurt (Oder) and the U101D (PMOS logic) by Funkwerk Erfurt. To put this into perspective, the first TTL circuits went into production in the US 10 years and at Siemens in West Germany 5 years before East Germany. The first microprocessor, the U808D, followed in 1978, 6 years after the Intel 8008 that the U808 was cloned from. Further milestones were the U880 (Zilog Z80 clone) in 1980 and the first 16-bit microprocessor U8000 (Zilog Z8000 clone) in 1984. The ruling Socialist Unity Party of Germany had identified the development of the microelectronics sector as a primary goal. Huge sums were spent in order to catch up to the West — between 1986 and 1990 about 7% of the country-wide industry investment.
ADDRESS:- Erfurt, Germany