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November 05,2020

eMemory NeoFuse IP Qualified on GLOBALFOUNDRIES Advanced High Voltage Platform for OLED Applications

Hsinchu Taiwan, November 5, 2020 –eMemory, one of the world’s top-ten providers of semiconductor intellectual property (IP) , announced today its NeoFuse IP has been qualified on GLOBALFOUNDRIES® (GF®) 28HV platform in response to the rising demand for Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) display applications. The announcement was made at GF’s China Global Technology Conference (GTC).

OLED display drivers are one of the fastest growing HV process market segments, and eMemory provides customers with a full range of NVM IP solutions to enhance product competitiveness.

"Following successful collaboration on GLOBALFOUNDRIES’s high-voltage platforms including 55HV and 40HV, we’re pleased to work with GlobalFoundries again to extend the NeoFuse IP in the 28nm HV process and meet the various demands for OLED application to create value for customers," said Michael Ho, vice president of Business Development at eMemory.

eMemory logic NVM solutions have been implemented in a wide range of GF’s HV technology platforms for OLED applications. As the leading logic NVM IP provider in the HV process, eMemory has maintained a close relationship with GF to verify eMemory NVM solutions at early stages of process development.

"eMemory’s competitive one-time-programmable memory solution further enhances GlobalFoundries’ comprehensive IP portfolio for the OLED market," said Mark Ireland, vice president of Ecosystem and Design Solutions at GF. "Together, with our IP collaboration on the GlobalFoundries 28HV platform, we are delivering optimized performance requirements for display driver applications including OLED."

Driven by performance, OLED displays have taken a dominant position in display driver ICs (DDICs) for high-end smartphones. GF’s advanced 28HV platform provides faster data rates, higher SRAM density and better power consumption, all of which result in superior image quality with ideal power efficiency for OLED display drivers. The 28HV platform also allows the use of increasingly complex algorithms for powerful display engines.

eMemory and GF have cultivated a long-term relationship resulting in the availability of silicon-proven IPs on various platforms. Both companies are committed to developing highly reliable, cost effective solutions to meet a variety of customer demands.