Faraday Unveils 28HPC USB 3.1 PHY and 40LP Type-C PHY with PD Controller

Faraday Technology Corporation announces the availability of its USB 3.1 PHY on UMC 28HPC process, as well as the silicon-verified USB 3.1 Type-C PHY with USB-PD 2.0 support on UMC 40LP process. The USB 3.1 Gen 1 solutions are designed with optimized PPA (Power/Performance/Area) to address the low-power requirements for mobile devices, digital cameras, MFPs (multi-function printer), automotive, and IoT applications.

 

Faraday offers a series of USB IP solutions in a broad range of nodes from 0.25um to 28nm, and its related ICs have already shipped over hundreds of millions units. To meet the growing demand for USB Type-C interface, Faraday also delivers USB Power Delivery (PD) 2.0 IP supplying power up to 100W. In addition, Faraday supports its customers with expert ASIC design services and a comprehensive IP portfolio to facilitate the reduction of design risk and cost, enabling quick penetration into their target markets.

 

For more information, visit http://www.faraday-tech.com

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