GlobalFoundries Acquires TagoreTechnology's GaN Technology for Future Power Applications

TapTechNews July 5th news, GlobalFoundries released a press release on July 1st this year, announcing the acquisition of the power gallium nitride (GaN) technology and intellectual property portfolio of TagoreTechnology, hoping to explore higher efficiency and better performance in the fields of automobiles, the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence data center applications.

With the continuous development of technologies such as GenerativeAI in the digital world, gallium nitride (GaN) has become a key solution for sustainable and efficient power management, especially in data centers.

TapTechNews quoted the official announcement. In this acquisition process, the engineer team of Tagore Technology Company will join GlobalFoundries to further develop gallium nitride technology.

GF's Chief Business Officer Niels Anderskouv said:

We are committed to being the foundation for customers' current and future power applications for decades to come. Through this acquisition, GF has taken another step in accelerating the availability of gallium nitride and enabling our customers to build the next-generation of power management solutions, thereby reshaping the future of mobility, connectivity and intelligence.

Tagore Technology co-founder and chief operating officer Amitava Das said:

The demand for semiconductors with higher energy efficiency is increasing sharply. Tagore has been at the forefront of developing disruptive solutions using gallium nitride technology for various power devices.

I and my team are very pleased to join GlobalFoundries to further focus on market-leading IP to help solve power design challenges and support the continuous development of power transmission systems in automotive, industrial and artificial intelligence data center power supplies.

 GlobalFoundries Acquires TagoreTechnology's GaN Technology for Future Power Applications_0