Silicon Mobility targets German electric car makers

Silicon Mobility targets German electric car makers

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By Nick Flaherty

The company, based in Sohia-Antipolis, develops field programmable power management chips and design tools for electric motors, battery and energy management systems of hybrid and electric vehicles. The Munich office will focus on providing support to German OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers and will be headed by Ewald Liess, who was recently appointed from Micronas having worked at Gennum, Infineon and Motorola.

“Silicon Mobility is experiencing incredible market traction. More than 20 automotive companies in Europe, Japan and USA are already engaged in evaluations and proof of concept developments, enjoying the benefits of OLEA FPCU, OLEA Composer and OLEA Lib” said Bruno Paucard, President and CEO of Silicon Mobility. “It’s now time to actively increase our sales and customer support organization international. By appointing Ewald Liess we are not only completing our management team with a highly skilled and experienced talent but are also sending to the market a very strong sign of commitment, professionalism and dedication.”

The FPCU technology was developed by Scaleo, acquired in 2015 by Silicon Mobility.

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