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MagnaChip Semiconductor Corporation announced delayed 10-Q filing

On 11/12/2014, MagnaChip Semiconductor Corporation announced that they will be unable to file their next 10-Q by the deadline required by the SEC.

MagnaChip Semiconductor Corporation Announces New 0.18um Low Power Manufacturing Process Targeting Internet of Things

MagnaChip Semiconductor Corporation announced that it now offers a new 0.18 micron premium mixed signal, low power manufacturing process technology suited for applications such as mobile, wearables, wireless sensors and energy harvesting. These are key applications critical for the growth of IoT (Internet of Things). Gartner estimates that the IoT market for processing, communications and sensing will have a compound annual growth rate of approximately 29.2% from 2013 to 2020. This new premium 0.18um low power process features transistors fully optimized for IoT applications. This new mixed signal process incorporates advantages such as 1.8V n and p-channel MOSFETs with low leakage current (10 pA per micron of width) and low threshold voltage (Vth of only |0.3V|), which enable system on a chip designs to perform with very low active and low stand-by power consumption. MagnaChip's 0.18 micron low power process also enables DC-DC boost converters to be optimized for IoT applications, with very low start-up voltage. This new process will also enable efficient operation of IoT devices from power sources such as solar cells, thermoelectric generators, vibration energy harvesters and electromagnetic harvesters. Another unique advantage of this process is the excellent device isolation and low current gain of parasitic bipolar transistors (less than 0.01), giving it better latch-up immunity and less leakage current over temperature and voltage. This is achieved through the use of conventional, lower cost silicon wafers instead of the more expensive silicon on insulator wafers. The new 0.18 micron low power process will also support premium features available on MagnaChip's standard logic processes including low noise transistors for analog blocks, high k metal-insulator-metal capacitor, copper wire bonding compatibility, low cost aluminum top metallization as well as redistribution layer (RDL) process options.

MagnaChip Semiconductor Announces New York Stock Exchange Listing Extension

MagnaChip Semiconductor Corporation announced that it has received an extension for continued listing and trading of the Company's common stock on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). The extension provides the Company an additional trading period up to April 1, 2015, during which it can file its Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2013 (2013 Form 10-K) with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), subject to reassessment on an ongoing basis. The NYSE will continue to closely monitor the Company's restatement process and timing, and could initiate accelerated trading suspension prior to the end of the six-month trading period extension if that process fails to progress satisfactorily during the extension. In addition, in the event the Company does not complete its 2013 Form 10-K filing with the SEC by April 1, 2015, the NYSE will move forward with the initiation of suspension and delisting procedures.

MagnaChip Semiconductor Corporation to Offer 0.13um Embedded EEPROM IP

MagnaChip Semiconductor Corporation announced that it has finished development of a proprietary 0.13um embedded EEPROM IP which is suited for use in non-volatile memory (NVM) solutions such as touch controller IC and microcontroller (MCU) applications. In comparison with 0.18um embedded EEPROM IP, this newly developed 0.13um embedded EEPROM IP enhances the performance of touch controller ICs and MCUs by decreasing approximately 50% of the density of 32Kbyte memory, and providing 100K times of endurance characteristics and data retention to over 10 years. MagnaChip initiated the development of its 0.13um embedded EEPROM IP with Wingore, a Korean third party IP provider, which led to further development and completion of IP for a 1.5V/3.3V dual supply low power solution. This new 0.13um EEPROM IP strengthens MagnaChip's product portfolio and provides competitive solutions for medical and touch controller applications and offers many advantages including high speed and low standby current. MagnaChip is also developing additional versions of the 0.13um EEPROM IP, including 1.5V/5.0V dual supply and low power IP suitable for MCU, consumer and industrial applications with product release targeted for the latter part of this year.

MagnaChip Semiconductor Corporation announced delayed 10-Q filing

On 08/12/2014, MagnaChip Semiconductor Corporation announced that they will be unable to file their next 10-Q by the deadline required by the SEC.

 

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