Navitas to Participate in 'New Ideas' Summer Conference
Power ICs expected to take share from legacy silicon chips in $13B power semiconductor market
GaN chips developer Navitas Semiconductor has announced its participation in the 21st Annual CJS Securities 'New Ideas' (Virtual) Summer Conference, on July 13th, 2021.
Gene Sheridan, co-founder and CEO, and Todd Glickman, Sr. VP Finance will provide an overview of the company; discuss its competitive position and its strategies for growth.
"With over 135 customer GaN chargers in production, and over 120 patents issued and pending, we believe have created a multi-year, highly-protected lead for Navitas," noted Sheridan. "We're off to a great start, and ready to tap into a $13 billion GaN electrification opportunity that goes far beyond chargers and adapters, and into data centers, renewable with a focus on solar, plus electric vehicle and the broader e-mobility segments."
Navitas has already shipped over 20M GaNFast power ICs to tier-1 companies including Dell, Lenovo, Xiaomi, LG, OPPO and more, with over 135 customer designs in mass production and over 150 more in development. Navitas estimates that GaN can impact up to 2.6 Gtons of CO2 reduction annually by 2050.