September 30, 2016 10:42 AM ET

Semiconductors and Semiconductor Equipment

Company Overview of Crocus Technology International Corp.

Company Overview

Crocus Technology International Corp. develops and supplies magnetic sensors and embedded memory solutions based on magnetic logic unit technology. The company offers magnetic sensors for current sensing, magnetic sensors for switching, and magnetic rotation/speed sensors; embedded memory products for secure element and RFID applications; and foundry solutions for back-end-of-line and magnetoresistive random access memory processing applications. It offers products for industrial, automotive, consumer electronics, embedded memory, and Internet of Things applications. It offers its products through sales distributors in the United States and internationally. It also serves customers online. T...

2380 Walsh Avenue

Santa Clara, CA 95051

United States

Founded in 2014

Phone:

408-732-0000

Fax:

408-732-8250

Key Executives for Crocus Technology International Corp.

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Age: 68
Co-Founder and Director
Co-Founder and Director of Industrial Operations
Vice President of Finance and Corporate Controller
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Crocus Technology International Corp. Key Developments

Crocus Technology Announces the Availability of the CT219 Magnetic Field Sensor

Crocus Technology announced the availability of the CT219 magnetic field sensor. With TMR technology, the CT219 makes older technologies obsolete due to its contactless nature, high sensitivity, and high dynamic range when used in a close-loop configuration. The CT219 would make it safer to deal with high current systems, significantly reduce the size and weight when replacing Current Transformers, and drive compact and green technology designs. The CT219 is also capable of measuring, with high accuracy, linear-distance movements induced by a magnetic field in applications such as gear measurements, servo-controlled motion systems, printers, automotive and robotics. Key advantages to customers include: Contactless Current Sensing including differential measurements; Contactless Linear Position Sensing; Large dynamic range; Linearity Error lower than 0.5% of full-scale; High Sensitivity ~ 80mV/mT; Small form factor JEDEC SOT-26 package; and High-temperature stability from -40 to 125 Degree Celsius. The CT219 is in full production and offered in a JEDEC SOT-26 package in tape and reel shipment method. Production samples may be ordered worldwide through authorized distributors: Future Electronics, Mouser, Comtech, and Weikeng International.

Crocus Technology Introduces High-Sensitivity, Nano-Power TMR Digital Switch

Crocus Technology announced the availability of the CT51x digital switch, the first in a series of fully integrated digital sensors the company has launched. This family of devices accommodates a wide range of applications with larger air gaps, smaller magnetic fields, and significantly lower power consumption. The CT51x enables high-accuracy position detection, control and power switching functions with high sensitivity and reliability that system designers demand for today's IoT, consumer and industrial applications. When used as a proximity switch, the CT51x can detect window or door movement in intrusion alarm systems and appliances. The digital switch can also activate wake-up and sleep modes in mobile devices such as laptops with lid open/closed detection with extremely low power consumption. The CT51x also measures rotation speed in battery-powered smart flow meters and can act as a safeguard against tampering in smart utility meters where annual losses surpass a billion dollars. The Crocus CT51x TMR family of sensors is fully integrated with the CMOS process to create a completely monolithic solution. In terms of power efficiency, the device can perform switching, positioning and rotation measurement, while consuming less than 350nA on average. The Crocus CT51x family of devices is in production and is offered in different output configurations and in JEDEC standard SOT-23 and TO-92 packages. These products could be ordered worldwide through company's authorized distributors: Future Electronics, Mouser, Comtech, and Weikeng International.

Mikron Eyeing Crocus Nano Electronics

Mikron Public Joint Stock Company (RTS:MKRO) may acquire Crocus Nano Electronics, LLC. The company intends to acquire the Crocus Nano Electronics, a joint venture of Open Joint Stock Company RusNano and Crocus Technology SA. The value of the asset has not been disclosed.

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