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Top 5 Semiconductor Tech Companies in UK - 2021

The massive global disruptions brought by the COVID-19 epidemic accelerated the already rapid adoption of digital technologies, as electronic devices were increasingly important in connecting people and businesses during lockdowns. With accelerated digitization likely to continue in the post COVID-19 world, semiconductor companies might benefit from developing strategies that address the shifts in the competitive landscape. The high- consumer electronics and automotive industries are being driven by the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI), as well as the proliferation of sophisticated electronics. These dynamics have accelerated the adoption of cutting-edge semiconductor production, to meet the escalating demand. Semiconductors or the chips are used to power technologies that enrich the lives of consumers and make businesses run smarter, faster, and more efficiently.

Semiconductor industry’s technical shifts open up a world of new possibilities for semiconductor manufacturing solution providers to develop new products. This indicates that chip manufacturers looking for reliable solutions must choose from a wide range of possibilities. In the latest edition of Semiconductor Review Tech UK, we have combined a list of, “Top 5 Semiconductor Tech Companies - 2021” to support players in the field to best navigate through the many products that exist today. A distinguished panel of experts, comprising, CEOs, CIOs, VCs, and the Semiconductor Review editorial board has selected the most promising semiconductor manufacturing solution providers.

We present to you Semiconductor Tech Review’s “Top 5 Semiconductor Tech Companies in UK - 2021

    Top Semiconductor Tech Companies in UK

  • CGD, a UK based company was founded after years of deep research into the reliability of Gallium Nitride thereby imparting great insights into the power electronics industry and power electronic applications. With such intimate knowledge about the aforementioned technology, CGD has been able to explore and develop a number of unique opportunities in power electronics by the application of Gallium Nitride to the silicon-based semiconductor transistor manufacturing process. With help of their GaN based transistors power losses can be lowered up to 10 times thereby making a huge positive impact.

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  • CML Microcircuits

    CML Microcircuits

    As part of CML Microsystems Plc, CML Microcircuits is a world leader in the design, development, and supply of low-power analog, digital and mixed-signal semiconductors for telecommunications systems globally. The company’s wide and varied portfolio means that CML devices are used in an extensive range of industrial and commercial products for licensed and unlicensed wireless voice and data systems. Focusing on narrowband communications, CML’s ICs are found in digital/analog PMR/LMR, wireless data, satellite communications, and marine radio applications, such as TETRA, DMR, dPMR, SCADA systems, and AIS.

  • Dialog

    Dialog

    Dialog brings decades of experience to the rapid development of ICs while providing flexible and dynamic support, world-class innovation, and the assurance of dealing with an established business partner. Dialog’s battery management solutions are optimized to meet the challenging needs of today’s smartphones. Tight space constraints, thermal challenges, and ever-changing power requirements are effectively addressed through Dialog’s portfolio of highly integrated, highly efficient, and easily configurable Power Management ICs (PMICs). Dialog also offers innovative, highly efficient, and high-density charging solutions that reduce heat dissipation for any rapid charging technology.

  • IQE

    IQE

    IQE is the leading global supplier of advanced semiconductor wafers with products that cover a diverse range of applications, supported by an innovative outsourced foundry services portfolio that allows the Group to provide a 'one stop shop'​ for the wafer needs of the world's leading semiconductor manufacturers. IQE uses advanced crystal growth technology (epitaxy) to manufacture and supply bespoke semiconductor wafers ('epi wafers) to the major chip manufacturing companies, who then use these wafers to make the chips that form the key components of virtually all high technology systems. IQE is unique in being able to supply wafers using all of the leading crystal growth technology platforms.

  • Sivers Semiconductors AB

    Sivers Semiconductors AB

    Sivers Semiconductors AB is a leading and internationally recognized technology company that, through its two business areas Wireless and Photonics, supplies chips, and integrated modules. Wireless develops RF chips and antennas for advanced 5G systems for data and telecommunications networks. Photonics develops and manufactures semiconductor-based optical products for optical fiber networks, sensors, and optical wireless communications (Li-Fi). The company is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm under SIVE. The head office is located in Kista, Sweden.