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ROHM Semiconductor Acquires Powervation
Strategic Acquisition of Digital Power IC Pioneer to Expand Market Position in Digital Power Solutions
The strategic combination of Powervation'sIntelligent Digital Power™ platform with ROHM's leading analog power technology andglobal market access will enable the company to address a broad range of fast growing market opportunities, as customers increasingly adopt digital power solutions to power next generation high density systems and ICs such as Processors, Memory, FPGAs, and ASICs.
Since its founding in Ireland in 2006, as a University of Limerick spin-out, Powervation has established itself as a leading innovator in digital power controllers serving high performance Computing, Cloud and Communications infrastructure markets. The Company's proprietary DSP control platform with patented xTuneTMauto-tuning and ITMTMintelligent transient managementtechnologies, has been adopted by industry leading customerswho need advanced power management, precision telemetry / controland high efficiency solutions to power their complex multi-rail, multi-phase systems. Powervation delivers on these needs with further breakthroughs on design flexibility, fast time-to-market and lower total cost of ownership.
ROHM, a $3B global leader in analog and power semiconductors,supplies a diversified global customer base in the consumer, automotive and industrial markets. By acquiring Powervation, ROHM will gain leading-edge digital power technologies to strengthen its product offerings in the rapidly-growing cloud, data-center, and communications infrastructure markets. This acquisition will also enable ROHM to develop advanced digital power solutions for a broader range of markets and applications with Powervation's flexible controller platform.
According to market research reports, digital power continues to progressively displace traditional analog technology in the $11B global power management IC market driven by its performance and energy efficiency advantages.
"ROHMand Powervation share a common vision for the role of digital power technology in transforming the market with next-generation high performance power solutions," stated Mike Smith, SVP & GM of ROHM Semiconductor USA.
"The combination of our two companies will enable ROHM to develop industry-leading, integrated digital power solutions to serve a broad range of customers, markets, and applications spanning the entire spectrum from Computing and Communications to Consumer and Industrial," stated Jun Iida, head of LSI development and member of the ROHM board of directors.
Powervation will become a fully owned subsidiary of ROHM, withprincipal design center in Cork, Ireland and systemapplication centers in San Jose, CA and Asia which fuse expertise in power systems, digital control, silicon and embedded software. ROHM plans to accelerate product development through investment and synergies with ROHM analog / discrete power technologies and to increase market adoption further by leveraging ROHM's global customer base and channels.
"The Powervation team is excited to join forces with ROHM, a top 25 global semiconductor company," said Mike McAuliffe, CEO of Powervation. "It's simply a great fit - we have built an innovative Digital PowerIC company to date but the combination with ROHM now presents a compelling opportunity for broad market leadership in Digital PowerManagementsolutions."
Powervation delivers intelligent digital power™IC solutions for cloud computing, communications and high-performance power systems. The company’s programmable digital control platform delivers significant benefits in performance, efficiency and design flexibility.Powervation is a private fabless semiconductor company headquartered in Cork, Ireland, with facilities in San Jose CA, Taipei, Shenzhen, and Beijing. It has been backed by investors SEP, Intel Capital, VentureTech (TSMC), Braemar Energy Ventures and SemtechCorporation.
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