News | November 8, 2022

Avalanche Technology And LA Semiconductor Announce Onshoring Of Chiplet Solutions In A US Trusted Fab

Avalanche and LA Semiconductor will provide supply chain assurance and IP security through onshoring of critical technology for Aerospace & Defense applications

Fremont, CA (PRWEB) - Avalanche Technology, the leader in next generation MRAM technology, announced today plans to onshore critical chiplet technology with LA Semiconductor, an onshore US mixed-signal foundry. Leveraging the newly acquired Trusted fab in Pocatello, ID (formerly owned by onsemi and before 2008, AMI) and its 180nm mixed signal and power process capabilities, LA Semiconductor is expanding the onshore semiconductor manufacturing footprint. Avalanche Technology’s third generation Persistent SRAM (based on advanced STT-MRAM technology) device family is known for its benchmark setting densities, power, reliability, and endurance, but the rapid interface customization is made possible with critical mixed-signal chiplet technologies.

“With this onshoring of critical technology, Avalanche is further demonstrating commitment to the aerospace and defense community with an assured source of domestic manufacturing in LA Semiconductor,” said Danny Sabour, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Avalanche Technology.“ Our Gen 3 Persistent SRAM solutions embrace modularity to support accelerated cycles of learning required for high reliability aerospace and defense products while enabling rapid customization more commonly found in commercial industries.”

“We are pleased to work with a market leader like Avalanche Technology to enable device and system level enhancements for advanced high reliability memory solutions,” said Mike Ward, CEO of LA Semiconductor. “With our targeted mixed-signal design services partners, combined with dedicated onshore foundry capabilities, LA Semiconductor is well positioned to serve the growing demand for tailored domestic manufacturing solutions.”

Avalanche Gen 3 Persistent SRAM
The Gen 3 Space Grade families are offered as a standard product in Parallel with asynchronous SRAM-compatible timing and Dual QuadSPI high speed serial interface in various density options from 1Gb to 8Gb. Data is always non-volatile and Space grade devices have industry leading write cycle endurance at 10^16. The devices are offered in small footprint packaging and extended operating temperature range (-40°C to 125°C) with a JEDEC qualification flow, where every device goes through a 48-hour burn in before being shipped to customers. There are additional qualification screening options available through partners. More information about Avalanche P-SRAM products is available at https://www.avalanche-technology.com/products/discrete-mram/space/.

About Avalanche Technology
Avalanche Technology Inc. is the leader in next generation Perpendicular STT-MRAM technology, accepted as the front-runner to replace traditional Flash and SRAM for unified memory architectures in future SOC systems, delivering high performance and low power at 55, 40, 28 and 22nm with scalability beyond 14nm. With a proven STT-MRAM portfolio at multiple geometry nodes combined with an intellectual property portfolio of over 300 patents and applications, Avalanche Technology is delivering on the promise of enabling the next generation of scalable unified memory architecture for industrial, IoT, aerospace and storage applications, making it the true “Next Generation MRAM Company.” For more information, visit us online at https://www.avalanche-technology.com.

About LA Semiconductor
Established in 2022 by Tallmadge, Ohio-based Linear ASICs Inc., LA Semiconductor is the newest U.S.-owned and operated, fully operational 180nm-capable pure-play semiconductor foundry for analog, mixed signal, and power products. Located on a 33-acre campus with over 50,000 square feet of cleanroom space and over 550,000 square feet of building space, the Pocatello, Idaho fab, acquired in October 2022 from onsemi, currently produces 0.35 µm to 1.5 µm analog CMOS, BCD, advanced discrete, and custom technologies. For more information, please visit: https://lasemiconductor.com.

Source: PRWeb

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