LFoundry completes acquisition of Micron’s facility in Avezzano

LFoundry confirmed the signature of the final agreement regarding the acquisition of Avezzano (Italy) manufacturing facility.

“This acquisition provides us with a larger technology portfolio and with competitive 200mm capabilities in order to deliver, from Europe, outstanding foundry services to a wider range of customers in all geographical regions,” said Guenther Ernst, CEO. “It will accelerate the development of LFoundry toward a premier analog mixed signal and specialty foundry partner.”

LFoundry is an analog / mixed signal and specialized silicon foundry with advanced 200mm manufacturing facilities in Europe. Based in Landshut, Germany, with manufacturing facilities in Rousset, France and Avezzano, Italy,LFoundry is focused on providing access to advanced analog manufacturing services. LFoundry is offering foundry technologies down to 110nm and a large portfolio of process-proven libraries, IP, design tools and reference flows.

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