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On Semi, Hisense co-establish power lab

Posted: 27 Mar 2007 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:power laboratory? energy-saving solutions? CRT TV? LCD TV?

On Semiconductor and China's Hisense Electric Co. Ltd announced the establishment of a joint power laboratory, which will develop efficient and energy-saving power solutions for LCD, plasma and CRT TV series.

Located at Hisense's R&D center in Qingdao, Shandong Province, the lab will focus on leveraging On Semiconductor's experience in innovative, energy-saving solutions for Hisense TV products, especially LCD TVs. On Semiconductor will assign resident field application engineers to the joint lab to work closely with Hisense product R&D and power supply teams to enable timely development of TV power solutions.

"Energy conservation and innovation are important development strategies for the Chinese government," said David Chow, On Semiconductor VP of sales for Asia Pacific. "Our solutions comply with Chinese and international regulatory standards on power efficiency and standby power consumption. In China, On Semiconductor is a technology partner of China Standard Certification Center which certifies energy-efficient products."

"Hisense and On Semiconductor have established a close relationship working together over the last few years," said Huai-gang Jian, general manager of product development at Hisense. "The joint power lab will bring both companies even closer together to develop innovative, energy-efficient power solutions for TVs that meet, or even exceed, increasingly stringent domestic and international regulatory standards."

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