Analog Devices Inc Collaborates with TSMC


Analog Devices Inc has revealed a strategic partnership with TSMC, the global leader in semiconductor foundry services. This collaboration aims to enhance Analog Devices’ future wafer capacity by leveraging Japan Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing, Inc (“JASM”).

Analog Devices Inc (ADI) is a global leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of high-performance analog, mixed-signal, and digital signal processing (DSP) integrated circuits (ICs). Founded in 1965 and headquartered in Wilmington, Massachusetts, ADI serves a diverse range of industries, including automotive, communications, healthcare, and industrial.

Analog Devices’ innovative technologies are used in a wide variety of applications, such as autonomous vehicles, 5G networks, and medical imaging devices. With a strong commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction, ADI continues to drive advancements in technology and shape the future of the semiconductor industry.

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is the world’s largest dedicated independent semiconductor foundry. TSMC provides cutting-edge semiconductor manufacturing technology and services to a wide range of customers, including fabless semiconductor companies, integrated device manufacturers, and technology companies.

TSMC’s advanced technology and manufacturing capabilities have enabled the development of some of the most advanced semiconductor products in the world, powering a wide range of applications from smartphones and tablets to high-performance computing and artificial intelligence.

This partnership represents a continuation of the longstanding collaboration between ADI and TSMC, which has spanned more than thirty years. It provides ADI with an added opportunity to access capacity for fine-pitch technology nodes, which are essential for ADI’s key platforms like wireless BMS (wBMS) and Gigabit Multimedia Serial Link (GMSLTM) applications.

By enhancing ADI’s hybrid manufacturing network, this collaboration ensures resilience against external factors and enables quick scalability to meet changing customer needs. Vivek Jain, the Executive Vice President of Global Operations & Technology at ADI, underscored the strategic importance of this collaboration in improving customer service, agility, and responsiveness to market changes.

He emphasized the network’s role in providing a competitive edge and delivering innovative manufacturing solutions that have a positive impact on both society and the environment. Sajiv Dalal, the Executive Vice President of Business Development at TSMC North America, echoed the sentiments of ADI, emphasizing TSMC’s dedication to meeting customers’ long-term capacity needs.

Dalal expressed excitement for the extended partnership with ADI, which will enhance manufacturing capabilities and promote a dynamic journey of semiconductor innovation. This collaboration highlights the commitment of both Analog Devices and TSMC to strengthening semiconductor manufacturing capacities, driving innovation, and addressing the changing demands of the global market.


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