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Moortec Semiconductor Introduces On-Chip Temperature Sensor

Moortec Semiconductor, a company that offers semiconductor and analog IP design services, has declared the release of crystal oscillator IP and embedded temperature sensor. The temperature sensor can be used for TSMC's 28 and 40 nm processes.

The company claimed that the embedded temperature sensor can be used even at low geometries as well as for a variety of applications such as performance optimization, temperature monitoring during device verification, device safety and consistency, and thermal management.

The design group in Plymouth continues to develop its IP portfolio and provides design services. In addition to embedded temperature sensors, the company also offers crystal oscillator IP for 28 nm processes. The company delivers analog and mixed-signal IP blocks as well as custom chip solutions for a variety of applications around the world. Since 2005, the design group has been delivering custom chip design services to semiconductor and product companies based in Europe and UK.

The MD of Moortec Semiconductor, Steve Crosher stated that the company aims to become a major supplier of high performance analog IP. He added that the company has the ability to deliver world class designs to its clients.

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