Nexperia is a world-class company in semiconductor development and in-house production. A proven global player with an entrepreneurial mentality. At our core is an 11,000+ strong international network with a singular focus. Built on passion and commitment to our work, belief in our goals and a drive to succeed regardless of the challenges we face. We support, reward and challenge individuals equally, in a dynamic and energetic environment.

Nexperia Equipment & Automation Technologies (E&A) develops, supplies and services world’s fastest pick & place equipment and testers for (discrete) semiconductors. E&A equipment and solutions play an important role in the roadmap towards cost leadership in NEXPERIA’s assembly plants in Asia. The E&A Research & Development is located in Nijmegen. The E&A Product Support, Service and Supply Chain Management are located in Hong Kong.





Nexperia manager Stokkermans calls for greater ‘alignment’ of Dutch semicon ecosystem

May 27, 2022

Effective coordination of technology and markets would allow the Dutch high-tech industry to achieve more. As far as semicon man Joep Stokkermans is concerned, there is room for the chain to respond more effectively to market trends in the semiconductor industry. For chip manufacturer Nexperia in particular, completing the ecosystem is necessary for innovating, developing and applying semiconductor back-end-technology and equipment – because there is a great deal of money to be made from that technology and in order to improve the balance of power with Asia and the US. ‘In order to keep pace, we need to stay at the forefront of all the knowledge-intensive process steps. Otherwise sooner or later we will fall behind.’ Read more [Source: linkmagazine.nl]

How DFN packages reduce device size while delivering on thermal performance

May 4, 2022

The increasing number of electronic functions in modern cars must be realized within a given space. This space limitation has led to a growing device density on printed circuit boards (PCBs), necessitating components to shrink in size. However, smaller packages need to dissipate the same amount of heat on a reduced footprint, leading to a higher power density on the board. Read more

Nexperia officially launches new Dallas design center

April 2, 2022

The Dallas design center is Nexperia’s first research and development facility in North America and will focus on the development of analog signal conversion and power management ICs. According to Irene Deng, general manager business group, Power and Signal Conversion at Nexperia, who will head up the new center: “The Dallas design center represents an important company milestone for several reasons. It demonstrates Nexperia’s commitment to establishing R&D activity in North America and it will also enable Nexperia to expand and strengthen the analog IC portfolio, power management ICs and signal conditioning ICs.” Read more

Nexperia marks five years as an independent company as it invests in the future

February 10, 2022

Nexperia today celebrates five years since entering the semiconductor industry as an independent entity. During this time, the Nexperia brand, while still relatively young, has become firmly established in the marketplace by building on the foundations of a strong track record in semiconductor manufacturing over several decades. Read more

The global expert in essential semiconductors

January 13, 2022

Nexperia is a leading expert in the high-volume production of essential semiconductors, components that are required by every electronic design in the world – from the simplest phone charger or light switch to the most complex hybrid automobile. Watch the video

ESD Protection for Automotive High-Speed Video Links

January 11, 2022

Autonomous driving is one of the big trends predicted to change the future of the automotive industry. Its successful adoption is dependent on overcoming barriers such as the need for more safety and information for the driver and the passengers. This in turn is driving the development of Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) and safety infotainment applications for use in future autonomous vehicles. Nexperia’s latest whitepaper – ESD Protection for Automotive High-Speed Video Links, by Andreas Hardock and Lukas Droemer, explains how to protect high-speed video links in automotive interfaces without compromising signal integrity. Read more

TU Delft and ITEC BV launch X.AL, the first Dutch Lab for Extreme Chip Assembly Technology

November 6, 2021

TU Delft and the Dutch semiconductor equipment manufacturer ITEC, launch X.AL to research the next generation of green chip assembly processes and equipment concepts. Following market trends and the requirement for sustainable technologies, new chip assembly equipment must be faster, energy efficient and more compact. Read more [Source: tudelft.nl]

Enabling a Major Leap in Power Density

October 7, 2021

Power supplies are increasingly expected to reach heightened levels of efficiency, while still being as compact as possible, affordable and of course reliable and safe. One company overcoming these design challenges is Recom — an Austrian manufacturer of AC/DC power supplies and DC/DC. For a recent project, Recom wanted to develop a power supply which was primarily intended for medical applications. The goal was to create a solution which had double the power density of the company’s previous model without sacrificing safety, reliability, efficiency, or performance. Read more

How to provide the best ESD protection for automotive A/V interfaces

September 10, 2021

Drivers and vehicles now rely more heavily on Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). While the use of systems such as RADAR and LiDAR will be important here, ADAS in vehicles also relies heavily on high-quality video imagery. As vehicles become more autonomous, the quality of these video streams will be more important. From a design aspect, high-speed video link design needs to consider how to maintain the signal integrity needed in such a harsh environment. Read more

ITEC emerges as independent semiconductor equipment manufacturer in time to address semiconductor shortage with highest productivity chip-assembly systems

July 15, 2021

ITEC, the semiconductor equipment manufacturer founded in 1991 by Philips (now Nexperia), announced its launch as a separate independent entity. ITEC remains part of the Nexperia group. This move will allow ITEC to address the third-party market in time to serve the current semiconductor boom. It provides manufacturers worldwide access to disruptive manufacturing solutions that are built to last. Read more

Nexperia obtains 100% ownership of Newport Wafer Fab, to be renamed Nexperia Newport

July 9, 2021

Nexperia, the expert in essential semiconductors, has completed the transaction to acquire Newport Wafer Fab (NWF), contributing to the company’s growth ambitions and investments to boost global production capacity. With the acquisition, Nexperia obtains 100% ownership of the Welsh semiconductor production facility. Nexperia Newport will continue to have a strong position in the Welsh ecosystem and technology development and will secure the current jobs at the Newport site and others across the region. Read more

Enhanced body diode behaviour improves Qrr and Vsd

June 26, 2021

Back in 2018, Nexperia released the first NextPower 100 V MOSFETs with industry leading low Qrr. The recent addition of new 80 V and 100 V devices delivers further improved RDS(on) and enhanced Qrr FOM (figure of merit). With a range of RDS(on) to suit every application and budget, NextPower 80 V and NextPower 100 V MOSFETs are ideally suited for high-performance switching in a range of applications. But why should design engineers care about Qrr and Vsd? Read more

Charles Smit commenting on the European Commission plans to double European chip production

May 1, 2021

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Nexperia announces new ESD protection devices for high-speed interfaces in automotive applications

April 24, 2021

As data rates increase and vehicles feature more electric content, the need for EMC protection becomes more critical and providing the correct type of protection is a challenge for design engineers. Nexperia’s TrEOS technology optimizes the three pillars of ESD protection (Signal Integrity, System Protection and Robustness) to deliver devices with the ideal combination of low capacitance, low clamping voltage and high ESD robustness. Read more

ITEC equipment and automation technologies

April 3, 2021

At ITEC we have over 30 years of experience in understanding and optimizing production processes and building, installing and maintaining some of the industry’s most advanced tools. By developing and optimizing Nexperia’s backend capabilities, we support the production of over 90 billion devices annually. That demands a unique combination of understanding the day-to-day challenges of today’s assembly and test processes as well as the latest developments in smart manufacturing (Industry 4.0), big data and advanced mechatronics. Read more

Improving Design Efficiency with Logic Devices

March 26, 2021

Download now the “Improving Design Efficiency with Logic Devices” white paper and learn more about how Nexperia logic device innovations can help industrial controller manufacturers improve design efficiency and drive down costs.

Nexperia announces plans to grow global production and increase R&D spend

February 13, 2021

New investments support global strategy to address growing demand for power semiconductors and boost GaN capabilities. Read more

Intelligent miniaturization of ESD protection

January 30, 2021

If we consider the ideal ESD protection device, it does not impact signal integrity while clamping all overvoltage transients to keep the protected system in its Safe Operating Area. It will also not need additional space or routing. Read more

100 miljard chips per jaar

January 19, 2021

Nexperia produceert jaarlijks bijna 100 miljard chips, dat zijn er zo’n 3000 per seconde! Hoe dragen wij bij aan een duurzame wereld? In de aflevering van RTL Doe Maar Duurzaam van RTLZ geeft Toni Versluijs inzicht in hoe ze dit doen. Bekijk de video

Nexperia leads with industry’s first 80 V RETs for 48 V automotive and other higher voltage bus circuits

January 13, 2021

Nexperia, the expert in essential semiconductors, today announced industry’s first 80 V RET (Resistor-Equipped Transistor) family. These new RETs or ‘digital transistors’ provide enough headroom for use in 48 V automotive board net (e.g. mild hybrid and EV cars) and other higher voltage circuits which are often subject to large spikes and pulses that previous 50 V parts cannot handle. Read more

Automotive 48V/12V bidirectional DC/DC converter featuring LFPAK88 100V MOSFETs

December 19, 2020

When designing bidirectional DC/DC converter circuits, soft and efficient switching is becoming more important in order to minimise switching losses, without adversely affecting EMC. In this demonstrator we are showing a high-frequency, high-power DC/DC converter using the latest generation 100V power MOSFETs from Nexperia, to demonstrate how our combination of latest silicon technology and copper-clip packaging can address these common issues. Featuring LFPAK88. Watch the video

The Designers Guide To MOSFET And GaN FET Applications

December 4, 2020

Comprehensive knowledge of MOSFETs and GaN FETs is essential for engineers to meet the demand for efficient power conversion systems and products. Read more [Source: wevolver.com]

MOSFET and GaN FET application handbook

November 21, 2020

Download or order your hardcopy of the MOSFET and GaN FET Application Handbook: A Power Design Engineer’s Guide. The second edition to the hugely popular MOSFET application handbook, the updated version is a unique collection of technical materials and application notes providing essential and up-to-date information for anybody tasked with integrating MOSFETs and GaN FETs into real-world systems. Read more

Nexperia Design Engineer’s Guides

November 7, 2020

The Nexperia library of Design Engineer’s Guides provide a technical encyclopedia to help you optimize your electronic designs. A collection of technical and application insights ‘from engineer to engineer’, we share expertise and learnings that Nexperia’s engineering teams have built up over many years of helping customers in a variety of sectors take their applications from initial concept, though prototyping and on into final production. Read more

Meet Two Young Executives Pushing Innovation In The Semiconductor Industry

October 17, 2020

Part 1 of our Nexperia Leadership Interview: Two of Nexperia’s youngest executives describe the journey, motivations, and lessons from their rapidly developing careers in the semiconductor industry. Read more [Source: wevolver]

GaN FETs: Why cascode?

September 30, 2020

GaN technology and specifically GaN-on-Silicon HEMT technology has become a key focus for power engineers over the last few years. Its promise to provide the high-power performance and high-frequency switching many applications are demanding is clear. However as commercial GaN FETs become more readily available one key question remains. Why cascode? Watch the video