STMicroelectronics (ST) has declared to supply silicon carbide (SiC) technology for the eMPack electric-vehicle (EV) power modules from Semikron.
This is the result of a four-year technical collaboration between the two companies to design in ST’s advanced SiC power semiconductors for superior efficiency and industry-benchmark performance in more compact systems.
“ST’s industry-leading SiC device-manufacturing capabilities and in-depth expertise with the technology-enabled us to integrate these cutting-edge semiconductors with our advanced manufacturing processes, which enhance reliability, power density, and scalability to meet the needs of the automotive industry,” said Karl-Heinz Gaubatz, Semikron Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chief Technical Officer (CTO). “As we now move towards volume-production, our collaboration with ST brings the assurance of a robust supply chain that gives control over quality and delivery performance.”
“Leveraging our SiC technology, Semikron’s advanced scalable eMPack family of power modules is ready to make a major contribution towards zero-emission ...
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