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Toshiba Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, manufactures and markets electronic and electrical products and systems worldwide. It operates through five segments: Energy & Infrastructure, Community Solutions, Electronic Devices & Components, Lifestyle Products & Services, and Others. The company provides infrastructure systems comprising power, transmission and distribution, industrial, railway transportation, security and automation, broadcasting and network, photovoltaic, water and environmental, medical, and elevators and escalators building systems; airport facilities and solid-state weather radars; POS systems and printing solutions; and IT solutions. It also offers electronic devices and components, such as semiconductors, storage products, microwave semiconductors and components, materials and devices, and display devices and components; and digital products, including PCs, tablets, televisions, Blu-ray products, etc. In addition, the company provides cloud solutions and logistics services. Toshiba Corporation was founded in 1875 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

167,091 Employees
Last Reported Date: 11/11/16
Founded in 1875

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Toshiba Corporation Launches Second Generation 650V SiC Schottky Barrier Diodes with Improved Surge Forward Current

Toshiba Corporation’s Storage & Electronic Devices Solutions Company announced the launch of second generation 650V silicon carbide (SiC) schottky barrier diodes (SBDs) that improve on the surge forward current (IFSM) offered by the company’s current products by approximately 70%. Shipments of the new line-up of eight SiC schottky barrier diodes start January 12, 2017. The new SiC schottky barrier diodes, fabricated with Toshiba’s second-generation SiC process, deliver approximately 70% better surge forward current than first generation products, and at the same time reduce the switching loss index of 'RON Qc' by around 30%, making them suitable for use in efficient power factor correction (PFC) schemes. The new products are available in four current ratings of 4A, 6A, 8A, and 10A, either in a non-isolated 'TO-220-2L' package or an isolated 'TO-220F-2L' package. These products can contribute to improving the efficiency of power supplies in devices including 4K large screen LCD TVs, projectors and multifunction copiers, and in industrial devices such as telecommunication base stations and PC servers.

Toshiba Corporation’s Storage & Electronic Devices Solutions Company Launches New Line-Up of Low-Capacitance TVS Diodes

Toshiba Corporation’s Storage & Electronic Devices Solutions Company announced the launch of a new line-up of low-capacitance TVS diodes for use in high-speed interfaces in mobile devices, including smartphones, tablet PCs and wearable devices. The new diodes deliver the industry’s leading-class protection performance. The line-up covers ten products to protect high-speed interfaces, including USB 3.0/3.1 and HDMI, from electronic discharge (ESD) and noise. Shipments start from January 11, 2017. The new series offers five products for 3.3V lines and five for 5.0V lines, allowing users to select the product that matches the required interface voltage of their system. The TVS diodes are fabricated with a newly developed EAP-IV process, which utilizes Toshiba’s proprietary snapback technology. It improves dynamic resistance, which absorbs ESD and noise, by approximately 50% compared to Toshiba current products, realizing a low clamping voltage. Furthermore, static electricity tolerance is improved by approximately 75% against Toshiba’s current products, which can contribute to improvements in system reliability. Also, depending on the mounting space of sets, users have a choice of three packages. “SOD-962 (SL2)” (0.62 x 0.32mm) and “SOD-882(CST2)” (1.0 x 0.6mm) are small-size packages suited for multi-ports including the increasingly adopted USB Type-C™. The flow-through “DFN10” package (2.5 x 1.0mm) reduces the inductance that occurs from wiring.

Toshiba May List Memory Chips Unit

Toshiba Corporation (TSE:6502) may list its memory chips unit.

 

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