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Established in 1968, Diodes Incorporated is a leading global producer and supplier of analog, discrete, logic, and mixed-signal components. Headquartered in Plano, Texas, the company maintains fabrication, assembly, and testing facilities in China, Germany, Hong Kong, Scotland, Taipei, and the United States. The firm employs nearly 400 people and serves manufacturers in Asia, Europe, and the U.S.
Diodes provides its clients with products used in the automotive, communications, computing, consumer electronics, and industrial sectors.
To address its customers’ needs, the company offers diodes, amplifiers, MOSFETs, protection devices, single gate logic devices, and temperature sensors. The manufacturer also specializes in making a range of power management components, including LED drivers, AC-DC controllers and converters, voltage supervisors, and USB power switches.
Diodes is a Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) certified manufacturer, and its factories have achieved recognition for meeting the IATF16949:2016, ISO9001:2015, and ISO14001:2015 standards. Those credentials reflect the company’s efforts to maintain a superior level of quality control and production excellence.
Because of its over 50 years of industry experience, the firm understands that innovation is the key to success. That is why the company spends millions of dollars annually to further its research and development efforts. The concern also makes regular strategic purchases to expand its catalog and areas of expertise. For example, Diodes agreed to acquire Lite-On Semiconductor Corporation in 2019 to broaden its discrete and bipolar IC offerings.
The firm’s commitment to developing new solutions is evident in the recent launch of the AP61100Q, a low-voltage buck converter. The manufacturer designed it with performance in mind, so the device provides up to 89 percent efficiency at 5mA with a quiescent current of 15µA. As a result, OEMs can use it in next-generation vehicle infotainment platforms, advanced driver-assistance systems, and instrumentation clusters.
Diodes’ robust engineering capability and forward-thinking approach to design will see it remain an industry leader well past its centennial.