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  • At PCIM Europe 2024 Navitas Semiconductor to Showcase How GaN and SiC Deliver Optimal Performance in Fast-Growing Markets and Applications

    At PCIM Europe 2024 Navitas Semiconductor to Showcase How GaN and SiC Deliver Optimal Performance in Fast-Growing Markets and Applications

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    Navitas Semiconductor invites visitors to experience “Planet Navitas” at PCIM 2024 (June 11th-13th) and see how industry-leading GaN and SiC solutions deliver optimal performance in a broad array of fast-growing markets and applications from 20 W to 20 MW.

    Aligned with Navitas’ mission to “Electrify Our World™”, the “Planet Navitas” booth invites visitors to discover how next-gen GaN and SiC technology enable the latest solutions for fully-electrified EV transportation, AI data centers, industrial compressors, drives, and robotics plus renewable energy sourcing and storage.

    Each example highlights end-user benefits such as increased portability, longer range, faster charging, and grid independence, along with a focus on how low-carbon-footprint GaN and SiC technology can save over 6 Gtons/yr CO2 by 2050.

    “PCIM is a key event in the power-electronics calendar,” says Alessandro Squeri, Navitas’ senior director for European sales. “Complementary GaNFast and GeneSiC portfolios, with comprehensive, application-specific system design support, accelerate customer time-to-market with sustainable performance advantages. ‘Planet Navitas’ represents the very real, inspiring implementation of GaN & SiC that makes up a $1.6B identified customer pipeline as part of a vast $22B/year market opportunity.”

    Major technology updates and releases include GaNSafe™ – the world’s most-protected, most reliable, and highest-performance GaN power, Gen-4 GaNSense™ Half-Bridge ICs – the most integrated GaN devices, and Gen-3 Fast GeneSiC power FETs – for game-changing motor drive and energy-storage applications.

    In addition to the exhibition, PCIM 2024 includes peer-review technical presentations, including:

    11th June, 13:00 – 14:30, Hall 10.1

    • “Low-Cost High-Density 300 W / 20 V AC-DC Converter Enabled by GaN Power ICs”– Tom Ribarich, Sr. Director of Strategic Marketing, Navitas Semiconductor
      • A low-cost 300 W high-density AC-to-DC converter has been designed and demonstrated to achieve >96% peak efficiency and 270 cc. The circuit topologies include a 2-phase interleaved PFC input stage, an LLC DC-DC stage, and a synchronous rectification output stage. The design includes GaN Power ICs and off-the-shelf controllers running at 300 kHz. This new design has resulted in a cased power density of 1.1 W/cc.

    12th June, 15:30 – 17:00, Foyer

    • Evaluation of SiC Devices for Over 500 kHz Application Based on Buck Circuit – Minli Jia, Sr. Staff Applications Engineer, Navitas Semiconductor
      • This paper selects three 1200 V SiC devices of similar specifications and different manufacturers for analysis and experimental research and designs a Buck converter with an output power of 3.6 kW and a switching frequency of 600 kHz. The efficiency and heat of three SiC types were tested under the same working conditions, and the results showed that the SiC with fast turn-off characteristics and low thermal resistance was more suitable for high-frequency converter applications.

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  • Navitas Semiconductor Announced Unaudited Q1 2024 Financial Results

    Navitas Semiconductor Announced Unaudited Q1 2024 Financial Results

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    Navitas Semiconductor announced unaudited financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2024.

    “I am very pleased with our first quarter revenue growth of over 70% from the prior year, despite an overall market slowdown,” said Gene Sheridan, CEO and co-founder. “Response to our latest technologies – GaNSafe™, Gen-3 Fast GeneSiC™ and now GaNSlim technology – has been impressive. Our customer pipeline – which has grown to $1.6 billion – shows that future demand for electrification and energy savings is stronger than ever.”

    1Q24 Financial Highlights

    • Revenue: Total revenue grew to $23.2 million in the first quarter of 2024, a 73% increase from $13.4 million in the first quarter of 2023.
    • Loss from Operations: GAAP loss from operations for the quarter was $31.6 million, compared to a loss of $35.5 million for the first quarter of 2023. On a non-GAAP basis, loss from operations for the quarter was $11.8 million compared to a loss of $12.3 million for the first quarter of 2023.
    • Cash: Cash and cash equivalents were $129.7 million as of March 31, 2024.

    Market, Customer and Technology Highlights

    • AI Data Center: Leading-edge GaNSafe and Gen-3 Fast GeneSiC technologies with unique system design-center solutions enable 3x increase in power capability to support AI-based data centers. Announcing 3 major design wins at the world’s largest power-supply companies, in combination with over 30 customer projects in development. In the coming quarters, we expect to power data centers at AWS, Azure, Google, Supermicro, Inspur and Baidu.
    • EV: New 22 kW on-board charger (OBC) platform delivers up to 3x faster charging, 2x power density, 30% greater energy savings and 40% lighter weight relative to current solutions. Now engaged with over 160 EV-related customers across all major regions and increased total pipeline by over 50% since the $400 million reported in December.
    • Solar / Energy Storage:  Won 6 new designs across US, Europe and Asia for solar optimizers, micro-inverters, string inverters and energy-storage applications for 2025 ramp, with significant increase in pipeline.
    • Home Appliance / Industrial:  Latest, motor-optimized GaNSense™ half-bridge power ICs in over 15 customer developments. Gen-3 Fast GeneSiC and GaNSafe technologies are achieving rapid industrial adoption with over 25 customer developments.
    • Mobile / Consumer: Over 20 new fast chargers added in the last quarter, taking the total released customer products to over 450, across all 10 of the top 10 mobile OEMs. New gen-4 GaN IC projects include Xiaomi launching another two smartphone models (Mi 14 Ultra and the CIVI 4Pro) to support ultra-fast charging, and Lenovo with the ThinkBook 170W desktop 5-port charger and docking station.

    Business Outlook 

    • Second quarter 2024 net revenues are expected to be $20 million plus or minus $500 thousand. Non-GAAP gross margin for the second quarter is expected to be 40% plus or minus 50 basis points and non-GAAP operating expenses are expected to be approximately $21.5 million in the second quarter of 2024. 

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  • Ernst & Young Announced Gene Sheridan of Navitas Semiconductor as an Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2024 Greater Los Angeles Award Finalist

    Ernst & Young Announced Gene Sheridan of Navitas Semiconductor as an Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2024 Greater Los Angeles Award Finalist

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    Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) announced that Gene Sheridan, CEO and co-founder of Navitas Semiconductor was named an Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2024 Greater Los Angeles Award finalist. Now in its 38th year, ‘Entrepreneur Of The Year’ is the preeminent competitive business award for audacious leaders who disrupt markets, revolutionize sectors and have a transformational impact on lives. Over the past four decades, the program has recognized daring entrepreneurs with big ideas and bold actions that reshape our world.

    Mr. Sheridan was selected as a finalist by an independent panel of judges, and evaluated based on demonstration of building long-term value through entrepreneurial spirit, purpose, growth and impact, among other core contributions and attributes.

    “We are at a pivotal time in our planet’s energy transformation, and this recognition from EY highlights the importance of Navitas’ mission to ‘Electrify Our World’ and exploit a $1.3T opportunity as we accelerate the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy,” said Mr. Sheridan. “Next-generation gallium nitride (GaN) and silicon carbide (SiC) power semiconductors enable fast, efficient and sustainable ultra-fast charging and power delivery in AI datacenters, advanced EVs, mobile, solar and industrial applications. EY’s recognition is a significant moment, a motivation and recognition for me and all of the contributors who have made Navitas a great company.”

    Entrepreneur Of The Year honors many different types of business leaders for their ingenuity, courage and entrepreneurial spirit. The program celebrates original founders who bootstrapped their business from inception or who raised outside capital to grow their company; transformational CEOs who infused innovation into an existing organization to catapult its trajectory; and multigenerational family business leaders who reimagined a legacy business model to fortify it for the future.

    Regional award winners will be announced on June 13, 2024 during a special celebration at The Beverly Hills Hotel and will become lifetime members of an esteemed community of Entrepreneur Of The Year alumni from around the world. The winners will then be considered by the National judges for the Entrepreneur Of The Year National Awards, which will be presented in November at the annual Strategic Growth Forum®, one of the nation’s most prestigious gatherings of high-growth, market-leading companies.

    In addition to Entrepreneur Of The Year, EY US supports other entrepreneurs through the EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women™ program and the EY Entrepreneurs Access Network to help connect women founders and Black and Hispanic/Latino entrepreneurs, respectively, with the resources, network and access needed to unlock their full potential.

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  • Navitas Semiconductor to Participate in China Electronic Hotspot Solutions Innovation Summit

    Navitas Semiconductor to Participate in China Electronic Hotspot Solutions Innovation Summit

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    Navitas Semiconductor announced its participation in forthcoming China Electronic Hotspot Solutions Innovation Summit in Shenzhen on April 27th. The summit gathers key players in power semiconductors and associated customer design teams for innovations in EV such as 800 V supercharging, battery management, intelligent connected vehicle electronics, and high-power digital power supplies. 2024 EV OEM attendees include experts from Voyah and Dongfeng.

    Jacky Xiao, Navitas’ Technical Marketing Manager, will deliver a keynote titled “High-Frequency On-Board Charger Solutions Based on Hybrid Design of SiC and GaN”, to introduce how Navitas can create more efficient, smaller and lighter on-board charging for EVs. Without compromise, customers can select Navitas’ optimal, feature-rich GaN and SiC power devices in robust, thermally-enhanced TOLL and TOLT packaging, to create hybrid powertrain solutions that deliver faster charging, longer range and lower systems costs.

    Navitas’ GaNFast power ICs integrate GaN power and drive with control, sensing, and protection to enable faster charging, higher power density, greater energy savings and system cost reduction. New ‘Gen-3 Fast’ GeneSiC MOSFETs have up to 50% improved performance vs. other SiC devices. Summit exhibition attendees can explore the latest in EV-optimized GaNFast and GeneSiC products and complete EV system hardware solutions and learn how to accelerate their leading-edge projects.

    “We’re delighted to participate in China Electronic Hotspot Solutions Innovation Summit, where we can discuss the technological trend of new energy industry with experts from renowned domestic institutions and leaders in international electronic components,” said Charles Zha, VP and GM of Navitas China. “Navitas’ leading GaN and SiC technology will enable faster charging, longer-range and more environmentally friendly power systems for EV. These improvements not only significantly enhance product performance but also effectively shorten time-to-market.”

    The China Electronic Hotspot Solutions Innovation Summit will be held on April 27th, 2024, at Crowne Plaza, Nanshan District, Shenzhen.

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  • Virtual Forest Adopts Navitas Semiconductor's GaNFast™ in a Solar-Powered Irrigation Pump

    Virtual Forest Adopts Navitas Semiconductor’s GaNFast™ in a Solar-Powered Irrigation Pump

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    Navitas Semiconductor announced that Virtual Forest, one of India’s leading electronics design companies specializing in motor control and human interface technologies for consumer appliances, fluid movement and mobility, has adopted its GaNFast™ power integrated circuits (IC) technology for a zero-emission, powerful 3 hp (2,250W) solar-powered irrigation pump.

    For many farmers worldwide, irrigating remote crops requires powerful pumps to lift water from rivers and streams up to field-level, with the majority powered by polluting and noisy diesel generators or expensive, lossy long-distance electrical cables. The Virtual Forest solar pump with maximum power point tracking (MPPT) operates in conjunction with solar panel and energy storage to provide robust, energy-independent and pollution-free performance at the point of use.

    The 3 hp (2,250W) pump is remotely accessed via quad-band IoT with low power consumption. It can raise over 50 gallons-per-minute of water to a height of over 90 feet, enough to water 3 acres of farmland, and help to produce 10 tonnes of wheat. Further, the IoT enabled solar pump ensures optimal water usage through intelligent analytics, therefore minimizing ground water utilization.

    Navitas GaNSense™ half-bridge power ICs monolithically by integrating two GaN power FETs with GaN drivers, level-shifters, protection features and high-efficiency loss-less current sensing. High-efficiency NV6269 half-bridge ICs, in easy-to-use 8×10 mm QFN packages are used in a 3-phase motor inverter, with 3x-5x energy savings vs legacy silicon IGBTs.

    “The $450 million solar-pump market in India is expected to reach $1.5 Bn by 2026, calling for a solar revolution on Indian fields,” said Virtual Forest’s CEO, Omer Basith, adding “Reliable, off-grid systems are critical to overcome food insecurity and achieve energy efficiency. Leveraging Navitas’ high-power, efficient GaNSense™ half-bridge, we seek to deliver a robust solution to the market. We are nurturing our dream to drive gigatons of reduction in carbon emissions, thereby making the world a greener place to live in. Hence, our name — Virtual Forest.”

    “The design team at Virtual Forest adopted the GaNSense half-bridges very quickly, for a fast time-to-market,” said Alessandro Squeri, Navitas’ Senior Sales Director. “With GaNSense, ‘easy-to-use feature, Virtual Forest comes into the partnership with high efficiency, low component count and a robust design for tough environments.”

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  • Navitas Semiconductor to Introduce Latest GaNFast™ and GeneSiC™ Products at Power Electronics International Conference in Brussels

    Navitas Semiconductor to Introduce Latest GaNFast™ and GeneSiC™ Products at Power Electronics International Conference in Brussels

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    Navitas Semiconductor announced its participation in the upcoming Power Electronics International conference on April 16th– 17th 2024, in Brussels, Belgium.

    Grid reliability is a key factor in a $1.3 trillion power semiconductor opportunity as Navitas’ technologies accelerate the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energies. Navitas will introduce the latest GaNFast™ and GeneSiC™ products to the European audience, including new Gen-3 Fast SiC for high-power and higher-speed performance, plus GaNSafe™ – the world’s most protected GaN power devices.

    Navitas will present the following on April 17th:

    • “3.3 kV SiC MOSFETs Accelerate Grid-Connected Energy Storage,” Dr. Ranbir Singh, EVP GeneSiC

    Synopsis: The grid supplies energy from generators and delivers it to customers via transmission and distribution (T&D) networks. In the U.S., the use of electricity storage to support and optimize T&D has been limited due to high storage costs and limited design and operational experience. Recent improvements in storage and power technologies, however, coupled with changes in the marketplace, herald an era of expanding opportunity for electricity storage. SiC inverters will revolutionize electricity delivery, renewable energy integration, and energy storage. It is well-recognized that silicon-based semiconductors have inherent limitations that reduce their suitability for utility-scale applications.

    • “Bi-directional circuits open up new opportunities in off-grid applications,” Alfred Hesener, Senior Director Industrial and Consumer Applications

    Synopsis: Bi-directional circuits are critical to effectively smooth the supply/demand variation in renewable energy applications. In the past, they were expensive to make and complex to implement in power electronics applications. Wide bandgap GaN power ICs with integrated drive and advanced circuit functions deliver easy-to-use, reliable, high power density, and functionality for power factor correction circuits, solar inverters, and solid-state circuit breakers.

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  • Navitas Semiconductor to Participate in Asia Charging Expo in Shenzhen

    Navitas Semiconductor to Participate in Asia Charging Expo in Shenzhen

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    Navitas Semiconductor announced its participation in the forthcoming 2024 Asia Charging Expo (ACE) in Shenzhen, China, from March 20th to 22nd, 2024. Visitors will explore the latest advances in GaN and SiC toward a fully-electrified “Planet Navitas” and the transition from fossil fuels.

    Navitas will introduce the latest GaNFast™ and GeneSiC™ products to the audience in China for the first time, including: GaNSense™ half-bridge power ICs with application-specific features and higher power ratings, Gen-3 Fast SiC power FETs for high-power and higher-speed performance, and the world’s most protected GaN power devices – GaNSafe™.

    Teaming up with UGREEN, Navitas will showcase a variety of UGREEN fast chargers featuring GaNFast power ICs, including the adorable and popular 30W and 65W Nexode Robot chargers, 100W Nexode Magsafe Charger Stand, and high-power 300W Nexode 5-port Desktop Charging Station. Many more GaNFast™ chargers will be displayed for visitors to experience the lightning speed of GaNFast charging.

    Ye Hu, Navitas’ Technical Marketing Manager, will deliver a keynote presentation titled “A New Chapter in GaN: Navitas’ Integrated Drive and Loss-less Current Sensing GaNSense™ Half-bridge Solution” as part of the exposition’s World GaN Conference on March 22nd.

    ACE 2024 will be held at Hall 6, Futian Convention and Exhibition Center, Shenzhen, China from March 20th to 22nd. Visitors to “Planet Navitas” (booth B57-B60) will meet experienced Navitas engineers to explore the power of next-gen power semiconductors for leading-edge applications. Navitas sales and distribution partners will also provide on-site support.

    “The Asia Charging Expo is a critical event in the power electronics industry – gathering key experts from mobile, EV and industrial companies – and we are delighted to be part of it again to present our latest GaN and SiC technology,” said Charles Zha, VP and GM of Navitas China. “Our latest, advanced GaNFast and GeneSiC technologies bring revolutionary fast-charging capabilities to industry-leading Chinese customers.”

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  • Navitas Semiconductor Announced Plans to Introduce 8-10kW Power Platform to Support AI Power Requirements

    Navitas Semiconductor Announced Plans to Introduce 8-10kW Power Platform to Support AI Power Requirements

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    Navitas Semiconductor announced their AI data center technology roadmap for up to 3x power increase to support similar exponential growth in AI power demands expected in just the next 12-18 months.

    Traditional CPUs require typically only 300W and the data center ac/dc power supplies would typically power the equivalent of 10 of these or 3,000W (3kW). High-performance AI processors like NVIDIA’s ‘Grace Hopper’ H100 are already demanding 700W each today, with next-gen ‘Blackwell’ B100 & B200 chips anticipated to increase to 1,000W or more by next year.

    To meet this exponential power increase, Navitas is developing server power platforms which rapidly increase from 3kW to up to 10kW. In August 2023, Navitas introduced a 3.2kW data center power platform utilizing latest GaN technology enabling over 100W/in3 and over 96.5% efficiency. Now, Navitas is releasing a 4.5kW platform enabled by a combination of GaN and SiC to push densities over 130W/in3 and efficiencies over 97%. These two platforms have already generated significant market interest with over 20 data center customer projects in development expected to drive millions in GaN or SiC revenues starting this year.

    Today, Navitas also announces its plans to introduce an 8-10kW power platform by the end of 2024 to support 2025 AI power requirements. The platform will utilize newer GaN and SiC technologies and further advances in architecture to set all-new industry standards in power density, efficiency and time-to-market. Navitas is already engaged with major data-center customers, with full platform launch anticipated in Q4 ’24, completing this 3x increase in power demands in only 12-18 months.

    Navitas’ unique data-center design center is creating these system designs to address the dramatic increases in AI data center power requirements, and assist customers to deploy platforms quickly and effectively to meet the accelerated time-to-market demands of rapid AI advances. System designs include complete design collateral with fully-tested hardware, schematics, bill-of-materials, layout, simulation and hardware test results to maximize first-time-right designs and fast revenue generation.

    “The rapid development and deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) into global data centers has created a dramatic and unexpected power challenge for our entire industry,” noted Gene Sheridan, Navitas’ CEO and Co-Founder. “Our investment in leading-edge GaN and SiC technologies, combined with our unique data-center design center capabilities, have positioned us well. Our team has really stepped up to the challenge, with a 3x power increase in less than 18 months.”

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  • Navitas Semiconductor Publishes Annual Financial Results

    Navitas Semiconductor Publishes Annual Financial Results

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    Navitas Semiconductor Corporation announced unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2023.

    “I am pleased to announce a record fourth quarter that caps off a year of more than doubling revenue for Navitas as we demonstrated strength across multiple markets,” said Gene Sheridan, CEO and co-founder. “While we are not immune to first half 2024 market headwinds, we see revenue growth accelerating in the second half based on our strong customer pipeline including major new wins in AI data centers, home appliances, solar inverters and a major satellite internet roll-out – all of which positions Navitas for strong growth in 2024 and beyond.”

    4Q23 Financial Highlights

    • Revenue: Total revenue grew to $26.1 million in the fourth quarter of 2023, a 111% increase from $12.3 million in the fourth quarter of 2022 and a 19% increase from $22.0 million in the third quarter of 2023.
    • Gross Margin: GAAP gross margin for the fourth quarter of 2023 was 42.2%, compared to 40.6% in the fourth quarter of 2022 and 32.3% for the third quarter of 2023. Non-GAAP gross margin for the fourth quarter of 2023 was 42.2% compared to 40.6% for the fourth quarter of 2022 and 42.1% for the third quarter of 2023.
    • Loss from Operations: GAAP loss from operations for the quarter was $26.8 million, compared to a loss of $31.2 million for the fourth quarter of 2022 and a loss of $28.6 million for the third quarter of 2023. On a non-GAAP basis, loss from operations for the quarter was $9.7 million compared to a loss of $12.4 million for the fourth quarter of 2022 and a loss of $8.7 million for the third quarter of 2023.
    • Cash: Cash and cash equivalents were $152.8 million as of December 31, 2023.

    FY 2023 Financial Highlights

    • Revenue: Total revenue grew to $79.5 million in 2023, a 109% increase from $37.9 million in 2022.
    • Gross Margin: GAAP gross margin for 2023 was 39.1%, compared to 31.5% in 2022. Non-GAAP gross margin for 2023 was 41.8% compared to 40.8% for 2022.
    • Loss from Operations: GAAP loss from operations for the year was $118.1 million, compared to a loss of $123.6 million for 2022. On a non-GAAP basis, loss from operations for the year was $40.3 million compared to a loss of $41.2 million for 2022.

    Market, Customer and Technology Highlights:

    • Electric Vehicle: Introduction of new GaNSafe technology plus new Gen-3 Fast silicon carbide is fueling demand for EV on-board and roadside chargers. SiC-based on-board chargers are in or moving to production this year with customers including top EV brands such as Zeekr, Volvo and Smart. Announced joint design center with Shinry – one of the top EV on-board charger suppliers for Hyundai, BYD, Honda, Geely and others.
    • Solar/Energy Storage: Displacement of silicon with GaNSafe and Gen 3 Fast SiC technologies continued with significant developments in 3 of the top 5 US solar OEMs, and the majority of the world’s top 10 solar manufacturers. SiC is shipping into this market today and GaN adoption is expected to ramp in late 2024.
    • Home Appliance / Industrial: Major new tier 1 home appliance win will drive additional revenues in late ‘24 – Navitas now engaged with 7 of the world’s top 10 home appliance OEMs. Customer designs are in process at 2 of the top 3 global leaders in industrial pumps and a top 3 global leader in heat pumps.
    • Datacenter: New GaNSafe and Gen 3 Fast SiC and Navitas’ dedicated design center is now achieving an unprecedented 4.5 kW, more than double the power density of legacy silicon solutions, to deliver accelerating power demands of AI data centers. Over 20 customer designs are expected to ramp production in 2024.
    • Mobile: Navitas now powers 5 newly released OPPO models and 8 newly released Xiaomi models with chargers ranging from 67 W to 120 W. Additional Samsung models now include powering the new Galaxy S24.
    • Other New Markets: GaN ICs have been designed into the ground-based terminal for a major internet satellite implementation to ramp in 2H24.

    Business Outlook

    First quarter 2024 net revenues are expected to be $23 million plus or minus $500 thousand. Gross margin for the first quarter is expected to be 41% plus or minus 50 basis points and operating expenses, excluding stock-based compensation and amortization of intangible assets, are expected to be approximately $21.5 million in the first quarter of 2024. Weighted-average basic share count is expected to be approximately 180 million shares for the first quarter of 2024.

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  • Navitas Semiconductor Powers Samsung’s 25 W Super-Fast Charging for AI-enhanced Galaxy S24

    Navitas Semiconductor Powers Samsung’s 25 W Super-Fast Charging for AI-enhanced Galaxy S24

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    Navitas Semiconductor announced that its GaNFast™ power ICs drive Samsung’s 25 W “Super-Fast Charging” (SFC) for the new, AI-enhanced Galaxy S24 smartphone.

    Flagship hardware specifications include a 2340 x 1080 (FHD+) dynamic AMOLED 2X, and 120 Hz screen, plus the Galaxy S24 delivers innovative and practical AI features to help transform the way users communicate, create and discover the world. Galaxy AI features like Live Translate, Chat Assist and new “Circle to Search” with Google, to improve nearly every experience that S24 users can enjoy.

    The 25 W GaNFast unit delivers 50% charge to the high-capacity 4000 mAh battery in only 30 minutes, while the USB PD 3.0 (Type-C) specification makes it compatible with other Samsung products including Galaxy Buds2 audio, Galaxy Z Fold5, Galaxy Flip and Galaxy A23.

    Designed with sustainability in mind, the 25 W power adapter features a 75% reduction in power consumption sleep mode. Navitas’ GaNFast technology is deployed in a high-frequency, quasi-resonant (HFQR) topology running at 150 kHz – 3x faster than standard silicon designs – and delivers a 30% size shrink vs. conventional charger designs.

    “We are excited to extend our relationship with Samsung as they continue to develop groundbreaking mobile phone technology,” said David Carroll, Sr. VP Worldwide Sales for Navitas. “Deploying GaNFast ICs has allowed Samsung to create an ultra-compact, lightweight and efficient 25W adapter that can rapidly re-charge the new Galaxy S24 and a variety of other phones and accessories in the Samsung range.”

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