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ON Semiconductor expands its R&D facilities in Ireland

ON Semiconductor expands its R&D facilities in Ireland

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As part of the company’s Power Solutions Products business, the Limerick design center team is responsible for developing power and thermal management integrated circuits (ICs) primarily for use in computing and consumer electronics applications. The local operations house a technically-focused staff consisting of integrated circuit (IC) design engineers, IC layout engineers, application engineers, test engineers, design evaluation engineers and product marketing engineers.

The company hosted a Grand Opening ceremony today at the ON Semiconductor Limerick Design Center.

The Limerick operations became a part of ON Semiconductor’s global product development operations in early 2008 when the company acquired the CPU Voltage and PC Thermal Monitoring business from Analog Devices, Inc. ON Semiconductor formally established its Limerick Design Center in January 2008 with the support of IDA Ireland. The team based in Ireland has steadily grown from an initial complement of 26 people to a team of almost 50.

The grand opening ceremony today was attended by Minister Noonan, Mr. O’Leary, Mr. Blake, Bob Klosterboer, senior vice president and general manager of ON Semiconductor’s Application Products Group, and the company’s Limerick Design Center team.


Left to right standing: Jan O’Sullivan TD, Minister for Housing & Planning, Kieran O’Donnell TD, John Blake, ON Semiconductor Limerick Design Centre Director, Bob Klosterboer, ON Semiconductor Senior Vice President, Breda O’Toole, IDA Ireland Regional Manager. Sitting: Michael Noonan TD, Minister for Finance.

Visit ON Semiconductor at www.onsemi.com

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