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onsemi Brings a Five-Year Battery for Industrial Asset Tracking - News

September 21, 2021

onsemi unveiled its latest system solution that is able to overcome the central challenges associated with developing asset tracking tags. Battery life is a problem to asset tag adoption especially in the industrial sectors.

Analog & Power

Intelligent Technologies from onsemi Power Every Node in Ramaxel’s Next Generation Servers - Press Release

September 16, 2021

High reliability, high efficiency multiphase controllers, smart power stages, and point-of-load regulators provide a complete portfolio to power the entire cloud to edge infrastructure.

Analog & Power

onsemi: A New Name and a Sharper Focus - Blog

September 15, 2021

On Semiconductor is now known as onsemi. That’s not a big deal, as that’s what everyone called the company anyway. What is a big deal is that there’s a new sheriff in town. Hassane El-Khoury took over as President and CEO last December and is in the process of putting his imprint on the company.


onsemi Announces Plans to Contribute to a Sustainable Ecosystem by Achieving Net-Zero Emissions by 2040 - News

August 06, 2021

ON Semiconductor announced its new trade name “onsemi” and their strategy to enable and contribute to a sustainable ecosystem of trends such as vehicle electrification, advanced safety, alternative energy, and factory automation.

Networking & 5G

Sierra Wireless Introduces Advanced Multi-Network 5G Router Powered by ON Semiconductor - News

July 01, 2021

ON Semiconductor announced that Sierra Wireless  has selected QCS-AX Wi-Fi 6 chipsets to power the Wi-Fi functionality of its XR Series of multi-network 5G routers.

Analog & Power

LED Driver Solutions from ON Semiconductor Add Intelligence to Connected Lighting - News

June 24, 2021

ON Semiconductor has announced two new devices designed to enhance the performance of connected lighting systems.

AI & Machine Learning

The Evolution of Edge AI and Cloud Computing - Story

April 27, 2021

Before 2019, most IoT systems consisted of ultra-low-power wireless sensor nodes, often battery powered, that provided sensing capabilities.