GeneSiC in the News

Mar 16, 2016
GeneSiC Named among the top 30 power semiconductor companies

Nov 16, 2015
EEWeb covers GeneSiC's GA05JT12 on Arrow

Oct 15, 2015
EEWeb covers GeneSiC's offerings on Digikey

Jul 10, 2015
Little Box Challenge pushes power limits of silicon

Apr 20, 2015
Power electronics' promise to cut emissions

Jan 29, 2015
State-of-the-art SiC Schottky diodes from GeneSiC featured

Oct 19, 2014
Asia Pacific has the Highest Growth Rate in Silicon Carbide in Semiconductor market from 2014 to 2020 - New Report by MarketsandMarkets

Oct 8, 2014
Big growth for next-generation power semiconductors

Oct 6, 2014
Adoption of SiC & GaN to directly impact the power electronics industry

Sep 22, 2014
Discover Global silicon carbide (SiC) in semiconductor market that is expected to be worth $3182.89 million by 2020

Aug 14, 2014
Silicon Carbide Power Electronics Can Slash $6,000 from Cost of Tesla Model S

July 8, 2014
Silicon Carbide (SiC) in Semiconductor Market worth $3182.89 Million by 2020

Oct 3, 2013
GeneSiC GA08JT17-247 Super Junction Bipolar Silicon Carbide Transistor - Detailed Reverse Costing Analysis Report

Sep 5, 2013
SJTs offer low overall losses

July 7, 2013
SiC SJTs provide high temperature performance

May 16, 2013
GeneSiC at PCIM, Nuremberg Germany

Feb 20, 2013
GeneSiC a key vendor for SiC Devices

Jan 10, 2013
Digi-Key Corporation Signs Global Distribution Agreement With GeneSiC Semiconductor

Nov 5, 2012
GeneSiC founder Dr. Ranbir Singh recognized as "Forty Innovators building the foundations of next generation electronics industry". (Pg 50-51)

May 2, 2012
Micross Components Becomes Worldwide Distributor for GeneSiC Semiconductor Bare Die

Feb 1, 2011
All American Expands it's Semiconductor Lineup with GeneSiC Semiconductor

Dec 13, 2010
Amplitude Technical Sales Signs Contract to Represent GeneSiC Semiconductor Inc.

Oct 1, 2010
GeneSiC wins $2.53M from ARPA-E towards development of Silicon Carbide Thyristor-based devices

Jun 7, 2007
DOE Provides up to $19M for Advanced Vehicle Technologies

Aug 5, 2005
Northrop Grumman Wins Contract to Develop High-Power Electronic Modules for DARPA that Will Result in Naval-Platform Weight and Volume Savings