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CGD signs global distribution deal with DigiKey

Cambridge GaN Devices (CGD), a fabless, clean-tech semiconductor company that develops energy-efficient GaN-based power devices, has signed a distribution deal with DigiKey.

Under the terms of the global agreement, DigiKey will hold substantial stocks of CGD’s rugged and highly-efficient ICeGaN HEMTs and related products.

“This agreement is a significant step for CGD as we are scaling-up the business and building a GaN ecosystem that will help engineers explore and utilise the benefits of ICeGaN for high voltage power conversion. DigiKey is very well respected and a trusted brand, and we are sure that this deal will enable CGD to penetrate and support new markets worldwide,” says Andrea Bricconi. chief commercial officer at CGD in a press release.

Recently, CGD launched its 650 V H2 series ICeGaN gallium nitride HEMT family. The new parts reduce design complexity as they can be driven using commercially-available industry gate drivers. In terms of efficiency, ICeGaN HEMTs feature a QG that is 10x lower than silicon parts and a QOSS that is 5x less. This greatly reduces switching losses, enabling industry-leading efficiency figures that result in reductions in system size, weight and cost.

“We are pleased to add Cambridge GaN Devices (CGD) to our Fulfilled by DigiKey program. By including CGD’s ICeGaN series transistors in our portfolio, DigiKey is delivering even more energy-efficient options for our customers to choose from. DigiKey is always looking to fill the gaps for our customer base, and the addition of CGD to our supplier community is one more gap filled and one more step towards great innovation,” says Missy Hall, vice-president, new market development at DigiKey.


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April 11 2024 7:39 am V22.4.25-1
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