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ABLIC Inc., a subsidiary of MinebeaMitsumi, Inc., is a semiconductor company that specializes in producing low power, high precision miniature devices. Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, the firm began its existence in 2016 and now employees nearly 1,000 people. The manufacturer serves its global customer base with two domestic factories and offices in Greater China, Germany, South Korea, and the United States.
Initially a branch of the Seiko Holdings Corporation, ABLIC began developing CMOS integrated circuits in the late 1960s. Currently, the company maintains a multifaceted catalog that includes EEPROMs, memory modules, power management ICs, pulsers, sensors, and timing devices. OEMs that operate in the automotive, consumer products, healthcare, and home appliance sectors are the firm's main clients.
Throughout its history, ABLIC expanded its range of expertise by pursuing microelectronics innovation. The Japanese firm still possesses the passion that transformed it from a humble semiconductor division into a global component manufacturer. Its drive to make new ultra-small, low power consumption devices is evident in its CLEAN-Boost technology.
The Internet of Things (IoT) product harvests and stores ambient vibration and heat energy, boosts it with a tiny voltage circuit, and disperses electricity to power sensors and BLE modules. As such, the firm’s seamless and environmentally friendly innovation does not utilize space-consuming batteries. Thanks to its ingenious design, the system can perform simple, but essential IoT tasks like alerting homeowners about leaky plumbing.
The company's forward-thinking nature of CLEAN-Boost won ABLIC an award at the 2019 IEEE S3 Conference.
The manufacturer also recently expanded its automotive Hall effect IC offerings with a new family of ultra-thin magnetic sensors. The S-57 Series components are available in discreet 0.5mm packages that make them ideal for use in space-constrained areas like vehicle navigation systems.
In decades past, ABLIC’s hunger for invention has pushed it to develop pioneering semiconductor products, and it will continue to do so for decades to come.