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Last $11.40 USD
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Volume 1.2M
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As of 8:10 PM 07/28/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

intersil corp-a (ISIL) Snapshot

Open
$11.44
Previous Close
$11.40
Day High
$11.52
Day Low
$11.26
52 Week High
03/2/15 - $16.39
52 Week Low
10/15/14 - $11.09
Market Cap
1.5B
Average Volume 10 Days
867.7K
EPS TTM
$0.20
Shares Outstanding
131.8M
EX-Date
05/15/15
P/E TM
58.0x
Dividend
$0.48
Dividend Yield
4.21%
Current Stock Chart for INTERSIL CORP-A (ISIL)

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Intersil Corporation designs and develops power management and precision analog integrated circuits (ICs) for industrial and infrastructure, consumer, and computing markets. The company offers various power IC solutions for battery management, processor power management, and display power management, including power regulators, converters, and controllers, as well as integrated power modules. It also provides precision analog components, such as amplifiers and buffers, proximity and light sensors, data converters, optoelectronics, video decoders, and interface products. The company markets its products through direct sales force and a network of distributors to original equipment manufacturers, original design manufacturers, and contract manufacturers in China, the United States, South Korea, Japan, Germany, Singapore, and Taiwan. Intersil Corporation was founded in 1967 and is headquartered in Milpitas, California.

1,031 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/13/15
Founded in 1967

intersil corp-a (ISIL) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: $664.6K
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice Presi...
Total Annual Compensation: $384.2K
Senior Vice President and General Manager of ...
Total Annual Compensation: $384.2K
Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy a...
Total Annual Compensation: $342.8K
Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Co...
Total Annual Compensation: $331.6K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

intersil corp-a (ISIL) Key Developments

Intersil Corporation Unveils New Radiation Hardened Multiplexers for Space Flight Data Acquisition Systems

Intersil Corporation introduced the ISL71840SEH and ISL71841SEH, new radiation hardened (rad hard) multiplexers that offer best-in-class electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection, and the industry's high signal chain accuracy and timing performance. The ISL71840SEH 30V 16-channel multiplexer is a drop-in replacement for Intersil's widely adopted HS9-1840ARH, which has been aboard nearly every satellite and space exploration mission, including NASA's recent Orion spacecraft flight test. For applications with form factor constraints, the new ISL71841SEH 30V 32-channel multiplexer offers high performance and 41% reduced board space compared with an ISL71840SEH two-chip solution. The ISL71840SEH and ISL71841SEH rad hard multiplexers deliver ultra-high performance in the most demanding environments by leveraging Intersil's proprietary silicon on insulator process, which provides single event latch-up (SEL) robustness in heavy ion environments. The enhanced 8kV ESD protection feature of these devices eliminates the need for costly external protection diodes on the input pins. And their reduced RON of 500 Ohms at +/-5V and propagation delays of less than 800ns increase the overall performance and accuracy of telemetry signals processed and multiplexed into an analog-to-digital converter (ADC) input. The ISL71840SEH and ISL71841SEH offer over-voltage protection on a per-switch basis to maintain the continuous processing of telemetry test points. If any input channel experiences an over-voltage condition, the remaining channels continue sending data to the ADC. Both multiplexers provide a "cold spare" redundant capability, allowing the connection of 2-3 additional unpowered multiplexers to a common data bus. This is an especially important feature for mission-critical space flights lasting up to 20 years. If required for any reason, a redundant multiplexer is immediately activated. Both multiplexers provide a wide supply range with split-rail operation from +/-10.8V to 16.5V and an absolute maximum of +/-20V, providing designers with plenty of de-rating headroom. Key Features and Specifications: Delivers 8kV human body model (HBM) ESD protection, Provides true rail-to-rail operation and features over-voltage protection with shutoff, Cold sparing from ground +/-25V and analog over-voltage range from ground +/-35V, Off switch leakage of 100nA and low RON of less than 500 Ohms reduces power consumption, and improves signal integrity and total harmonic distortion and triple redundant decoders with a fast response time of 2/mg. The ISL71840SEH 16-channel multiplexer is available in a compact 18.8mm x 14mm, 28-lead ceramic flatpack package, and the ISL71841SEH 32-channel multiplexer comes in a 14mm x 14mm, 48-lead ceramic quad flatpack. Both multiplexers are also available in die form. Two evaluation boards are available to evaluate device features and performance: 16-channel ISL71840SEHEVAL1Z and 32-channel ISL71841SEHEVAL1Z.

Intersil Appoints Ernest Maddock to its Board

Intersil Corporation announced the appointment of Ernest Maddock to its board of directors. Mr. Maddock's 35 plus years of experience includes senior leadership roles in finance, operations, and general management. He is currently the chief financial officer at Micron. Mr. Maddock recently joined Micron Technology as chief financial officer and vice president of finance where he is responsible for overseeing Micron's global finance and accounting organization.

Intersil Corporation Announces the ISL9120, a Buck-Boost Switching Regulator

Intersil Corporation announced the ISL9120, a buck-boost switching regulator that enables efficient power management of system power supplies and peripherals such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth®, memory cards or LCD modules. Its adaptive current limit PFM architecture delivers efficiency up to 98%, while providing smooth transitions from buck-to-boost to prevent glitches in applications where light load efficiency and fast transient response are critical. An ultra-small form factor makes the ISL9120 ideal for the connected devices making up the Internet of Things (IoT) including wearables, smartphones, smart thermostats and point-of-sale devices that run on single-cell Li-ion or Li-polymer batteries, or 2-cell alkaline, NiCd or NiMH batteries. Typical power solutions for wearables use three DC-DC regulators and 3-5 LDOs, which takes up valuable board space. LDOs also lack the high efficiency and reliability of a buck-boost regulator, sacrificing performance as well. The ISL9120 offers designers the flexibility to cover a variety of design needs by operating from a Vin of 1.8V to 5.5V and an adjustable output voltage from 1V to 5.2V. Its adaptive PFM operation with forced bypass mode and 2A switches support both low load and high load currents with high efficiency, ensuring longer battery life and less heat buildup. The regulator also delivers 800mA current with 2.5V input and 3.3V output. During system stay alive conditions when regulation is not required, the ISL9120 goes into forced bypass mode, which reduces power consumption to a miniscule quiescent current of less than 0.5uA. Key features and specifications: Ultra high efficiency up to 98% reduces power drain and heat buildup; Accepts a wide input voltage range from 1.8V to 5.5V, works with multiple battery topologies; Large adjustable output voltage range from 1V to 5.2V for use with multiple power rails; Output current up to 800mA (Vin = 2.5V, Vout = 3.3V); 2A switches supports both high and light load currents with high efficiency; Ultra-small footprint with 1.41mm x 1.41mm package saves board space, requires only a single inductor; Quiescent current of 41uA maximizes light load efficiency for low power consumption; Automatic and selectable forced bypass power saving mode reduces quiescent current to less than 0.5uA; Full protection for under-voltage, short-circuit and over-temperature; The ISL9120 buck-boost regulator is available in 9-bump WLCSP and QFN packages, and is priced at $0.72 in 1k quantities. Two ISL9120 evaluation boards allow designers to evaluate device features and performance: The ISL9120IIN-EVZ (3.3Vout) is priced at $74.45 and the ISL9120IIA-EVZ (adjustable Vout) is $73.35.

 

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