MagnaChip to Host 2nd Foundry Technology Symposium

September 25, 2018 Laura Dolan

MagnaChip announced it will hold a Foundry Technology Symposium at the Shangri-La in Shenzhen, China, on November 27, 2018 in an effort to increase MagnaChip’s brand awareness in the region.

This will be MagnaChip’s second technology symposium following the success of its first symposium in 2015 and is a direct response to the increased demand on behalf of advanced analog and mixed-signal specialized foundry technologies customers in China.

MagnaChip plans to highlight its technology portfolio along with topics focused on mixed-signal, low-power technologies in the Internet of Things (IoT) sector, Bipolar-CMOS-DMOS (BCD) for high-performance analog and power management applications, Ultra-High Voltage (UHV) and Non-Volatile Memory (NVM). In addition, the company will present technologies used in applications including smartphones, tablet PCs, automotive, LED lighting, consumer wearables and IoT.

"We hope that this Foundry Technology Symposium in Shenzhen will better position us to understand our customers’ needs in China,” said YJ Kim, Chief Executive Officer of MagnaChip. “With our technology symposiums held in the United States, Taiwan and now in Shenzhen, China, we strongly believe that we will be able to better serve our global customers with our long history of providing successful foundry services and with our deep technological expertise.”

To sign up for the event, and to receive more detailed information regarding the symposium, please visit www.magnachip.com or ifoundry.magnachip.com.

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