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Last €47.06 EUR
Change Today +0.393 / 0.84%
Volume 211.8K
As of 3:43 AM 08/4/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

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Dialog Semiconductor Plc creates and markets mixed signal integrated circuits (ICs) for personal portable, short-range wireless connectivity, LED solid state lighting, and automotive applications. The company provides standard (ASSP) and custom (ASIC) mixed-signal ICs for smartphone, tablet, IoT, solid state lighting, and smart home applications. It operates through Mobile Systems, Automotive and Industrial, Connectivity, and Power Conversion segments. The company offers AC/DC converter products, which offer stand-alone digital controllers and digital controllers with integrated power devices to provide an AC/DC power supply for power adapters and off-line LED driving applications; and audio amplifiers and ultra-low power audio CODECs, as well as system power management ICs, which feature audio CODEC, HiFi stereo DAC, and drivers. It also provides DC/DC LED backlight drivers for better screen performance in 2D and 3D LCD TVs, large monitors, and notebook computers; SmartBond, a power-friendly version of Bluetooth wireless technology; Smartwave multi-touch integrated circuit to support planar scatter detection touch system for mainstream Ultrabooks, laptops, all-in-one PCs, and monitors; and highly integrated single chip solutions for power management. In addition, the company offers solid-state lighting (SSL) LED driver ICs; wireless audio modules and ICs for wireless headsets and semi-professional microphones; wireless and voice ICs for devices ranging from DECT phones to wireless headsets to game console controllers; VoIP processors; and SmartPulse, a home automation technology based on the ULE ETSI standard. It operates in the United Kingdom and other European countries, China and other Asian countries, and internationally. Dialog Semiconductor Plc was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in London, United Kingdom.

1,500 Employees
Last Reported Date: 07/31/15
Founded in 1986

dialog semiconductor plc (DLG) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Executive Directo...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.8M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

dialog semiconductor plc (DLG) Key Developments

Dialog Semiconductor Plc Announces Huawei's New Honor 7 Smartphones

Dialog Semiconductor plc announced that Huawei's new Honor 7 smartphones use the company’s iW630+iW1780+iW671 Rapid Charge adapter chipset to enable Huawei's Fast Charger Protocol (FCP). FCP is a proprietary protocol from Huawei, designed to charge smartphones and other mobile devices significantly faster than conventional USB charging technology. The company’s iW630+iW1780+iW671 chipset provides very high efficiency and high power density needed for small form-factor fast-charging smartphones and mobile device power adapters. The iW630 Rapid Charge interface IC resides on the secondary side of the AC/DC charger power supply and works with the company’s iW1780 PrimAccurate primary-side digital pulse width modulation (PWM) controller. The iW1780 uses a unique secondary to primary digital communication link signal to receive all rapid charge commands and then dynamically scales the output voltage regulation and output current limit of the power adapter to deliver more power through a standard USB cable. Current sensing is performed by the iW1780 on the primary side, eliminating the need for a secondary-side current sense resistor for an inherently high efficiency solution, with the iW671 synchronous rectifier further boosting efficiency up to 88%. Soft short circuits in mobile device power supplies can be caused by dirt in the USB cable or damaged or worn cables and connectors, which can create excessive heat build-up, resulting in burned or melted charging cables and damaged mobile devices. Conventional AC/DC power adapters typically provide protection from over-current fault events caused by shorts by either turning off the output voltage and latching it off or by repeatedly cycling the power off and on (commonly called hiccup) until the fault event is removed. If latchoff occurs, consumers need to unplug the cable from the AC input and recycle the power, which can be inconvenient or even perceived as a defective or failed adapter. With conventional hiccup, PWM switching pulses are sent out in every power-on-reset (POR) cycle. This kind of cycle-by-cycle hiccup can result in high average output current from the USB cable and high average power dissipated in the charger cable and connector. This may generate excessive heat and can result in the risk of melting or burning the adapter cable and/or connector. Instead of continuously attempting restarts in every cycle during a persistent fault, the company’s SmartDefender advanced hiccup technology in the iW1780 controller only sends out the PWM switching pulses in two POR cycles and then blocks the PWM switching pulses in the next six POR cycles. This increases the shutdown interval every two cycles, and reduces the average power delivered to a short circuit by up to 75% without latching off - all with no added components.

Dialog Semiconductor Plc Presents at JPMorgan Technology CEO Conference, Jun-16-2015 10:20 AM

Dialog Semiconductor Plc Presents at JPMorgan Technology CEO Conference, Jun-16-2015 10:20 AM. Venue: J.P. Morgan, 25 Bank Street, Canary Wharf, London E14 5JP, United Kingdom. Speakers: Jalal Bagherli, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director.

Dialog Semiconductor plc Announces DA9312, Power Management IC

Dialog Semiconductor plc announced the DA9312, a power management IC that enables the design of smaller, thinner notebook computers and tablets powered by dual cell stacked (2S) Li-ion or Li-Polymer batteries. Using the DA9312 with a just few external components requires only 80 mm2 of board space, a fraction of that of discrete component power converters. The device delivers efficiency of 98%, minimising thermal management challenges and boosting product reliability. Rated at 90W, the DA9312 is the high power device of its type in the industry. It accepts an input voltage from 5.5 V to 10.5 V, which then feeds three independent power supplies. The main power converter uses capacitors to store charge and requires no external inductor. The device's two high-frequency buck converters switch at a frequency of 1.5 MHz, so tiny 1 mm high inductors and very small capacitors can be used on the outputs. The power converter, which outputs half the input voltage, is rated at up to 10 A and the two buck converters can each deliver up to 5 A at between 2.8 V and 5.35 V. Alternatively, the buck converter outputs can be combined to turn the device into a dual phase regulator capable of supplying up to 10 A on each output. All power supplies within the PMIC have integrated FET power switches to minimise external component count and board size, and no Schottky diodes are needed. Other features of the DA9312 include programmable soft start up, power good signal, and remote sensing to ensure voltage accuracy at the point of load, whatever the printed circuit board track routing. An I2C-compatible control interface and configurable GPIO extender are also integrated into the PMIC, together with over-temperature and over-current protection. The DA9312 comes in a WL-CSP 6.345 x 2.815 mm package and implements Dialog's RouteEasy(TM) ball layout for high density routing on low cost printed circuit boards. The PMIC operates with a die temperature from -40 C to +125 C. DA9312 is available now.


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