Transphorm Shipped Over 1M SuperGaN chips last month
Shipped FETs are for use in 45 W to 300 W power adapters and fast chargers manufactured by new and existing customers in APAC
GaN company Transphorm has announced that it has shipped more than one million SuperGaN Gen IV FETs in December 2021. The milestone confirms the company’s previously stated ability to meet high volume capacity of qualified packaged devices and its growing market share.
It also marks a more than 3x increase in units shipped in the 2nd half of CY2021 over 1st half of CY2021. Notably, highlighting Transphorm’s continued ecosystem expansion, the shipped FETs are for use in 45 W to 300 W power adapter and fast charger applications manufactured by new and existing customers in APAC.
Transphorm’s SuperGaN product family for compact power conversion applications currently includes three 650 V devices: 480 mΩ FETs, 300 mΩ FETs, and 150 mΩ FETs. These devices are offered in standard PQFN 5x6 and 8x8 packages and meet JEDEC qualification standards at 150°C.
“We’re thrilled to have partnered with our suppliers and customers to hit our targeted volume manufacturing goal of one million units per month. It demonstrates our rising market share in the rapidly growing fast charger and power adapter segment as well as our ability to reproduce high performance, high reliability GaN devices at scale,” said Primit Parikh, president and co-founder, Transphorm.
He added: “Transphorm’s traction in both lower power and multi-kilowatt high power applications underscores the leadership of our technology. This, combined with recent capital raises of more than $45 million last quarter, supports strong, positive momentum for our continued expansion and growth in 2022.”