Innovation partner

The demands of the various markets Nexperia supports are continually changing to meet evolving consumer and industry requirements. As a high-tech supplier, we are always looking at how we can push the performance and efficiency levels of our products which are housed in some of the most advanced, industry-leading small packages.

  • Logic
  • Computing
August 16, 2019

Combination or configurable logic: when to use which and how?

Combination and configurable logic devices provide the flexibility to implement various logic functions with a reduced pin count. Combination and configurable logic can ...Read more

  • Automotive
  • MOSFETs
June 21, 2019

LFPAK88 – more power packed in every cubic millimeter

Power density features strongly in automotive systems. That can be in more traditional electronic steering and braking or new 48V/12V, hybrid and full electric vehicle ...Read more

  • Bipolar transistors
  • Diodes
June 20, 2019

SOT23: 50 years of surface mount innovation in one package

In 1969 the first device housed in the breakthrough SOT23 plastic surface mount package rolled off the assembly line. Last year Nexperia alone shipped over 30 billion ...Read more

  • Logic
  • Automotive
May 14, 2019

Miniaturizing logically with leadless MicroPak and leaded PicoGate ...

Mini Logic packages are up to 15X smaller than conventional SO packages, saving significant footprint in space-constrained applications like mobile –and now in Automotive too.Read more

  • Automotive
  • MOSFETs
May 06, 2019

LFPAK ups power efficiency with new 8 x 8 footprint

As the industry demands more space savings, power density and current handling capabilities, Nexperia’s latest copper clip package delivers significant improvements. ...Read more

  • Logic
  • Portable and wearables
February 06, 2019

How Standard Logic and Mini Logic enable innovation

The convenience of a complete system-on-chip (SoC) simplifies equipment designers’ work. Yet despite comprising millions of analog and digital circuit elements, SoCs still ...Read more