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Hanking offers MEMS foundry services


Jul. 11, 2018 – 

Work was started on the fab and MEMS packaging facilities back in 2012, and Hanking remains China's first 200mm MEMS wafer fab. The company now makes a number of inertial measurement units (IMUs) as well as offering MEMS design and foundry services. Hanking Electronics acquired the inertial sensor business, product lines and associated patents from Maxim Integrated Products in 2016. Maxim had obtained them when it bought Austrian company SensorDynamics AG in 2011, but made the decision to exit the consumer MEMS business in 2015.

The MEMS wafer fab is 500,000 square meter facility set in 51 hectares of land. Its process capabilities cover those needed for MEMS pressure sensors, accelerometers, gyrocopses, flow sensors and custom services are available for foundry customers. Hanking has an R&D center in Cleveland Ohio and engineering teams in Milan and Pisa, Italy.

Hanking is not making explicit the production capacity of its wafer fab or the mix of own-brand to foundry wafers. Back in 2012 when the fab construction was starting the parent company pledged to spend about $475 million across three phases of development there.

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