Discrete semiconductors are single function semiconductors such as diodes and transistors; they are key components that contribute to energy saving. Drawing on capabilities honed over many years, the Division offers a wide variety of high performance, high reliability products in three major product categories: power devices, small-signal devices and optocouplers. All play a vital role in reducing energy consumptions in product areas extending from home appliances and mobile devices to automobile and infrastructure-related applications, including railway systems and power generation. Demand for discrete semiconductors will grow steadily alongside efforts to realize a low carbon economy.
The Advanced Discrete Development Center is the Discrete Semiconductor Division’s R&D operation. It designs devices and develops technologies, including process know-how, for future generations of discrete devices, in collaboration with Toshiba Corp.’s Research and Development Center.
The focus of the System Devices Division is on digital ICs, including the Visconti™ image recognition processor; microcontrollers; and highly efficient analog ICs with low power consumption, particularly motor drivers for the automotive and industrial markets, where high performance, high level integration, low power consumption and competitive costs are essential. Taking full advantage of core strengths in large scale integration technology and unique analog devices and design technologies, the System Devices Division contributes to the realization that supports safe, secure and comfortable lives with capability-rich edge devices for sensing and processing data and system control.
The Storage Products Division develops, manufactures and supplies a wide range of innovative storage products, among them large density Nearline HDDs for data centers, a focus product, and other HDDs suitable for use in enterprise servers, PCs, surveillance systems, NAS, recorders, gaming, and automotive applications. The Division also offers personal storage (external hard drive). The Storage Products Division advances HDD technologies and innovation and supplies products that secure high levels of customer satisfaction in a broad spectrum of storage market segments.
The Center’s highly diverse and multi-layered activities include fundamental research in AI and image processing technology for future ADAS and autonomous driving systems, IoT security, future generations of RF and analog circuits, IC packaging and assembly and simulations of semiconductor device fabrication processes and performance. The Center also deploys world-class capabilities to develop SoC (System on Chip), software and embedded systems solutions.
NuFlare Technology develops cutting-edge manufacturing equipment for the semiconductor industry, including electron beam mask writers.
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Toshiba Materials and Toshiba Hokuto Electronics focus on highly functional, high value added materials and components for the energy, industrial and automotive markets. Their line-up of specialized products include fine ceramics and thermal print heads.
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