access the authorised stock, but they can also take advantage of Rochester’s on- going ability to build from wafer.” “We have been providing best-of-breed

RF solutions and services along with Rochester’s first-class infrastructure, industry knowledge, and commitment; we are sure our customers will continue to receive the same standard of service as they have come to expect from Ampleon.” Robert Maycroft, Director – Supplier

Development, Rochester Electronics said, “This is a great opportunity to strengthen our on-going partnership with Ampleon. Not only do we share a common purpose – supporting customers with uninterrupted supply of top-class devices - we understand how important it is for them to know the products they are investing in are certified, guaranteed, and 100% authorised by the original manufacturer. This partnership will offer customers peace of mind whilst providing a continued source of the GaN product portfolio. It is a welcome addition to our growing portfolio of semiconductor lifecycle solutions and will add a significant value to our clients.” The 1st generation of Ampleon’s RF

High Power GaN devices continue to provide solutions for Radar, Industrial, Medical, and Scientific industries. GaN technology is extremely rugged and provides a low thermal resistance making them ideal for high-speed and high- power switching applications such as Jammers, Plasma generators, L-band Radar systems, EMC testing, broadband general-purpose amplifiers, commercial wireless infrastructure, and more. Rochester Electronics and Ampleon

have partnered together to provide their customers an extensive portfolio of 100% authorised, traceable, certified, and guaranteed long-term support solutions since Ampleon was formed.

NEW BEGINNINGS Created in 2015, Ampleon is shaped by 50 years of RF Power leadership and is set to exploit the full potential of data and energy transfer in RF. Its innovative, yet consistent portfolio offers products and solutions for a wide range of applications, such as mobile broadband infrastructure, radio and TV broadcasting, CO2 lasers and plasma, MRI, particle accelerators, radar and air-traffic control, non-cellular communications, RF cooking and defrosting, RF heating and plasma lighting. Rochester Electronics is the world’s

largest continuous source of semiconductors–100% Authorised by


“Earlier this year, Ampleon transferred their VDMOS inventory and associated

product wafers to Rochester. Since then the partnership has become stronger, now enriched by the transfer of

Ampleon’s 1st generation GaN Discrete Wideband Amplifiers to Rochester. This

transfer includes GaN inventory and Die, and the authorisation to distribute and licence to manufacture.”

Rob Maycroft, director of supplier development EMEA at Rochester Electronics

over 70 leading semiconductor manufacturers. As an original manufacturer stocking distributor,

Rochester has over 15 billion devices in stock encompassing more than 200,000-part numbers, providing the world’s most extensive range of end-of-life (EOL) semiconductors and broadest range of active semiconductors. As a licensed semiconductor manufacturer, Rochester has

manufactured over 20,000 device types. With over 12 billion die in stock, Rochester has the capability to manufacture over 70,000 device types. Rochester offers a full range of manufacturing services

including Design, Wafer Processing, Assembly, Test, Reliability, and IP Archiving providing single solutions through to full turnkey manufacturing, enabling faster time-to-market.

Kees Schetters, VP sales operations and channel management at Ampleon

Rochester is the Semiconductor

Lifecycle Solution no other company compares to the breadth of Rochester’s product selection, value- added services, and manufacturing solutions. With direct sales and support staff in

all major markets, complemented by a network of regional and global authorized channel partners, we aim to meet your needs over the phone or via our e-commerce platforms anytime, anywhere.

Rochester Electronics



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