Amber Semi joins the GSA, NEMA

Amber Semi joins the GSA, NEMA

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By Nick Flaherty

US digital power startup Amber Semiconductor has joined the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) and the US National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA).

The membership reinforces the support that AmberSemi has received from the semiconductor and electrical products industries around its patented discoveries in solid-state, and its potential to revolutionize electricity management by powering unique AC Direct semiconductor solutions says the company.

The current and forthcoming commercialization of AmberSemi’s technologies will enable industrial, commercial, and residential buildings to be safer, smarter and more energy efficient, it says. Example of applicable categories include, industrial motor controls for factories, circuit protections for data centers, commercial and residential solid-state circuit breakers, universally compatible light switches, hyper-intelligent outlets, and even fire & safety protection products.

In addition to joining GSA, AmberSemi also announced its unanimous acceptance into NEMA which represents electrical and medical imaging systems manufacturers ranging from large global businesses to cutting-edge startups. The dual memberships combines the semiconductor and electrical product industries, allowing the company to establish its electricity architecture as an applicable and clear upgrade to the incumbent solutions across the entire power technologies landscape.

“The Global Semiconductor Alliance is delighted to welcome AmberSemi into our network of innovative technology companies,” said Jodi Shelton, CEO of the GSA. “AmberSemi’s unique and trailblazing discoveries in the digital control of electricity in silicon chip architecture can have a transformational impact on the way semiconductors are integrated into and perform in the electrical products and endpoints that surround us. We look forward to its contributions to this dynamic and vital industry.”

“Acceptance into GSA’s membership is another key milestone in AmberSemi’s growth story as we continue to scale from a startup into an established force in semiconductor innovation,” said Thar Casey, CEO of Amber Semiconductor. “We are at a point in our commercialization process where our silicon chip technologies will soon be ready for mass integration and deployment. Having the support of the GSA and the impressive companies that comprise its membership will enable us to work collaboratively in developing, recommending and implementing the technology that will power the future of the semiconductor industry.”


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