indie Semiconductor adds hardware test lab to Dresden design centre

indie Semiconductor adds hardware test lab to Dresden design centre

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By Nick Flaherty

Indie Semiconductor has added a quality test lab to its engineering centre of excellence in Dresden, Germany.

The new quality lab provides comprehensive characterization, accelerated electrical, thermoelectrical and climate stress testing as well as failure analysis – including for the lowest geometry technologies – for the indie Semiconductor system-on-chip (SoCs) and system devices. The company recently signed a strategic partnership to use its SoC devices with the LiDAT systems developed by SILC in Germany.

The Dresden engineering centre, which formally opened in July 2022, is one of several indie European facilities that delivers local technical support for a rapidly growing base of OEM and Tier 1 automotive customers across the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region.

“This expansion is another step forward in indie’s commitment to the automotive market and our investment strategy to provide superior in-house technical support for our customers, and continually enhance our product quality and reliability,” said Donald McClymont, indie’s co-founder and CEO. “Expanding our operations in Germany plays an important part in our mission to provide expert local resources in a country and region that is known for automotive excellence.”

“Accelerating success for indie in the EMEA region has driven the expansion of our quality lab and will enable world class technical product support for our local automotive customers,” said Brendan McKearney, indie’s VP for sales and business development, EMEA. “This significant investment by indie reiterates our strong commitment to meeting the stringent needs of the automotive market and our regional customers.”


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