Monolithic Power Systems (MPS) is a high performance analog
semiconductor company headquartered in San Jose, California. Formed in
1997, the company has three core strengths; deep system-level and
applications knowledge, strong analog design expertise, and an
innovative proprietary process technology. These combined advantages
enable MPS to deliver highly integrated monolithic products that offer
energy efficient, cost-effective solutions.
MPS is a fables
semiconductor company, working with third party foundries. However, in
contrast to many other fables companies that use standard process
technologies, MPS works with its foundry partners to install its own
proprietary process technology in their facilities for use solely by
Holtek Semiconductor is a leading professional IC design house in Taiwan
having its major business activities focused in the area of
microcontroller and peripheral component design and marketing. From its
origins in 1998, the company has continuously focused its energies in
the advancement of new product development and skills innovation. The
company’s ability to keep in line with market trends, has given Holtek
the means of releasing a wide range of highly successful and extremely
competitive IC devices.
Azoteq is a fabless semiconductor company founded by Dr. Frederick Bruwer
in 1998. Azoteq is a pioneer in multi-sensor solutions offered on a single IC.
With more than a decade of capacitive sensing expertise, the sensor offering is
further expanded to include ProxFusion® multi-sensor technology. The first
generation of ProxFusion® offers capacitive sensing, Hall-effect, IR, PIR,
inductive, temperature and ambient light sensing. Azoteq further offers
solutions for both low voltage and AC LED lighting. Multiple patents and
trademarks cover Azoteq’s intellectual property.