17 September 2012

Peregrine Semiconductor Opens Design, Manufacturing & Sales Facility in Reading, UK

Reading, UK – 17 September 2012 - Peregrine Semiconductor Corporation, a fabless provider of high-performance radio-frequency (RF) integrated circuits (ICs), today announced the expansion of its European operations with the opening of a design, manufacturing, and sales facility in Reading, United Kingdom (UK). The Company’s UK facility focuses on developing dedicated RFIC products of European content, to better address the European requirements. The facility will also provide design services for Peregrine Semiconductor’s next-generation UltraCMOS® RFIC portfolio, sold worldwide. 

“We are pleased to expand our commitment to a region that has been instrumental in the worldwide adoption of our UltraCMOS technology as the RFIC process technology of choice,” said Dave Shepard, vice president of Peregrine Semiconductor’s High-Performance Solutions business unit. “Some of the world’s most visionary designs originate in the European region, and this expansion of our global design, sales support, and manufacturing operations further demonstrates our commitment to the European RF engineering community.” 

Multiple product families will be developed at the new facility, including digital step attenuators, Phase-Locked Loop frequency synthesizers, and RF switches, which provide excellent RF performance. Additionally, Peregrine Semiconductor is looking for talented employees to join its European team as part of its 2012 expansion plan, which includes a substantial increase in its worldwide workforce, thus far. 

Peregrine Semiconductor (NASDAQ: PSMI) is a fabless provider of high-performance radio frequency integrated circuits (RFICs). Its solutions leverage the proprietary UltraCMO® technology, which enables the design, manufacture, and integration of multiple RF, mixed-signal, and digital functions on a single chip. 

Peregrine Semiconductor headquarters are located in San Diego, California, USA. 

Source: Peregrine Semiconductor