austriamicrosystems celebrates 4th anniversary of high volume production of its best-in-class 120 V 0.35 µm High-Voltage CMOS process(PresseBox) (Unterpremstaetten, )
H35 is the first purely CMOS based High-Voltage foundry process that matches BCD performance and chip sizes at much lower process complexity. Rigorous modularity permits 100 % reuse of low voltage CMOS design IP. H35 offers fully scalable High-Voltage NMOS and PMOS devices, floating logic libraries as well as a bestinclass poweron resistance. This makes the 120 V High-Voltage CMOS technology a compelling solution for fabless design houses and IDMs engaged in fields such as sensor interfaces, power over ethernet, motor controllers and a variety of automotive applications.
"The 0.35 ?m High-Voltage CMOS process has been running for more than four years in high volume production in austriamicrosystems' stateoftheart 8inch wafer fabrication facility. A vast number of foundry customers have benefited from austriamicrosystems' highvoltage knowhow and commitment to provide customers bestinclass analog semiconductor process technology, manufacturing and services." says Thomas Riener, Vice President and General Manager of austriamicrosystems' Full Service Foundry business unit. "As only three mask levels on top of CMOS are required, it makes the H35 the lowest complexity process in the market. Combined with area and performance optimized devices, H35 is the optimum choice for designing competitive products in a voltage range from 20 V to 120 V."
For its fully automotive and medical qualified High-Voltage CMOS process H35, austriamicrosystems delivers its industry benchmark design environment ("HIT-Kit"). The HIT-Kit comes complete with siliconvalidated digital libraries, I/O libraries meeting the military ESD and JEDEC latchup standards with I/O pads designed to surpass 8 kV HBM and 250 mA latchup immunity, special utilities optimized for High-Voltage CMOS product design and excellent characterized circuit simulation models. Read more details about this new HIT-Kit version on our Foundry Support Server at http://asic.austriamicrosystems.com/hitkit.