Irvine-based chipmaker Skyworks Solutions, Inc. (Nasdaq: SWKS) has presented an array of devices to improve charging times for electric vehicles.
The so-called Si89xx family of isolated analog amplifiers, voltage sensors and delta-sigma modulator devices is on display at the giant CES tech and electronics show that officially got underway today in Las Vegas.
“The Si89xx family is designed to provide an accurate, precise measurement of current and voltage, which allows for accelerated electric automotive charging,” said Brian Mirkin, vice president and general manager of power products at Skyworks.
The steadily growing popularity of EVs among consumers has created a market approaching $400 billion according to data cited by Skyworks Solutions.
Skyworks closed down 1.1% at $92.42 per share today for a market cap of $15 billion.
For further details on the CES show, see the Jan. 16 print edition of the Business Journal.