Xilinx Recognizes TSMC with Best Supplier Award

SAN JOSE, CA -- Xilinx, Inc. announced that its "Best Supplier Award" was given to TSMC, the world's leading semiconductor foundry, in recognition of TSMC's outstanding performance as a strategic partner and supplier in 2013. Xilinx presents this award annually to recognize a key supplier for its efforts and contributions to the company's success. This is the second consecutive year that TSMC has been presented with this honor.

"TSMC has been presented with the 2013 Best Supplier Award for close collaboration with Xilinx to demonstrate technology leadership, product quality, on time delivery, and continuous yield enhancement. Our continued partnership with TSMC has enabled Xilinx to extend its leadership in All Programmable devices, including FPGAs, SoCs, and CoWoS enabled 3D ICs," said Raja Petrakian, senior vice president, worldwide operations at Xilinx. "With Xilinx now shipping 20nm UltraScale™ devices, and our recent introduction of the 16nm FinFET UltraScale MPSoC architecture, Xilinx continues to deliver next-generation technologies to address customer needs ahead of the competition."

"We are very pleased to be chosen for this award by Xilinx," said Rick Cassidy, president, TSMC North America. "The Xilinx tradition of innovation excellence has had a lasting impact on the programmable device market and we value our ongoing collaboration."

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