After the acquisition by TDK last year, ICsense continues being a leading ASIC design partner and supplier for new and existing customers outside the TDK group.
“The TDK management has given us the clear long-term target to have at least 50% of our revenue outside TDK. Currently we are at over 60% external revenue which shows we guarantee the necessary bandwidth for all our customers,” says Bram De Muer, CEO of ICsense. “Being part of TDK enhances our existing service offering. We are backed by a strong and stable partner so ICsense’s long term stability is guaranteed. Customers are ensured ICsense will not become their competitor by a hostile take-over. TDK allows us to strongly invest in our design team and methodology and to boost our turnkey offering by expertise and hardware”. ICsense’s expertise areas stay unchanged to sensor and MEMS, power and battery management, high-voltage and low-power. Target applications on the ICsense roadmap are still automotive, medical, industrial and consumer.
ICsense is part of the Sensor System Business Company (SSBC) of TDK which includes EPCOS, TDK-Invensense, TDK-Micronas, Tronics and different TDK divisions. The well recognized and reputed ICsense-brand is unchanged to show our commitment to customers outside of TDK.
ICsense delivers 2 type of services:
- IC design service – for companies with in-house ASIC knowledge: firstname.lastname@example.org
- ASIC supply – for companies in need of turnkey solutions: email@example.com
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