Analog Devices strengthens capacity and resiliency through expanded partnership with TSMC

Wednesday, Feb 28, 2024 12:23

Japan Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing, Inc in Japan. Analog Devices strengthens co-operation with JASM to supply long-term wafer capacity. -- Photo Courtesy of company

Analog Devices, Inc, or ADI, has recently announced it strengthened its co-operation with TSMC, a world’s leading dedicated semiconductor foundry, to supply long-term wafer capacity through Japan Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing, Inc (JASM) - a TSMC majority-owned manufacturing subsidiary in Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan.

Building on a more than 30-year partnership with TSMC, the tie-up adds another option for ADI to secure additional capacity of fine-pitch technology nodes to serve critical platforms across its business, including wireless BMS and Gigabit Multimedia Serial Link applications.

“Our hybrid manufacturing network helps deliver a competitive edge to our customers. Together with TSMC, we can serve our customers with more resilient supplies, respond even more rapidly to customer needs and changing market conditions, and focus our investments on innovative manufacturing solutions that benefit society and the planet,” said Vivek Jain, executive vice president of Global Operations & Technology at ADI.

The joint efforts reinforce ADI’s resilient hybrid manufacturing network, which helps to insulate external factors while supporting the means to increase output and scale rapidly to meet customer needs.

“Today’s announcement demonstrates TSMC’s commitment to helping our customers meet their long-term capacity needs,” said Sajiv Dalal, executive vice president of Business Development at TSMC North America.

“We’re delighted to expand our ongoing collaboration with ADI that will help to ensure a steadfast and dynamic journey of semiconductor innovation with robust manufacturing capabilities,” he said.

Analog Devices, Inc is a global semiconductor leader that bridges the physical and digital worlds to enable breakthroughs at the Intelligent Edge. — VNS

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