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DYNEX SEMICONDUCTOR

DYNEX SEMICONDUCTOR

Dynex Semiconductor is a global supplier of products and services specialising in the field of power semiconductors and integrated circuit products. The Company's power products are used to improve the efficiency, reliability and quality of the electric power in:

  • power transmission and distribution

  • alternative power generation

  • marine and rail propulsion

  • aerospace

  • medical equipment

  • heavy industries such as steel and mining

  • telecommunications

  • electric vehicles

The Dynex power semiconductor business was originally established in Lincoln over 50 years ago when it was known as AEI Semiconductors Ltd. At that time, the business introduced some of the first silicon based power semiconductor components in the world. Since then we have acquired the power semiconductor interests, technologies and products from such major names such as GEC, SGS-Thomson, Alstom and Marconi Electronic Devices Ltd (MEDL).

Today the headquarters for Dynex Semiconductor, together with manufacturing, silicon fabrication, sales, marketing, design and research & development, are co-located in Lincoln, UK. This well equipped modern facility, includes in excess of 4,000 square metres of recently refurbished clean rooms dedicated to the manufacture of power semiconductor products synonymous with innovation, quality and reliability.

DYNEX SEMICONDUCTOR
Doddington Road
Lincoln
LN6 3LF

Tel: +44 (0)1522 500500

Fax: +44 (0)1522 500550

Website: www.dynexsemi.com

Email: power_solutions@dynexsemi.com

Products/Services :

  • Electrical Equipment and Power Supply

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