As the world's leading foundry group for analog/mixed-signal semiconductor
applications, X-FAB creates a clear alternative to typical foundry services
by combining solid, specialized expertise in advanced analog and mixed-signal
process technologies with excellent service, a high level of responsiveness
and first-class technical support. X-FAB manufactures wafers for automotive,
industrial, consumer, medical, and other applications on modular CMOS and BiCMOS
processes in geometries ranging from 1.0 to 0.18 µm, and special BCD,
SOI and MEMS long-lifetime processes.
With its four manufacturing sites in Germany, Malaysia and the USA, X-FAB
has a combined capacity of ~62,000 eight inch equivalent wafer starts per month
and employs 2,500 employees worldwide.
X-FAB to Expand 200mm MEMS Wafer Manufacturing Capability
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Professor Andre Nel
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