Who is Holtek Semiconductor and what do they do?
Holtek Semiconductor is a leading professional IC design house in Taiwan having its major business activities focused in the area of microcontroller and peripheral component design and marketing. From its origins in 1998, the company has continuously focused its energies in the advancement of new product development and skills innovation.
Where is the headquarters of Holtek in China?
With its headquarters and research and development activities located in the prestigious Hsinchu Science Park, Holtek has also built up a global sales network location reaching out to all important countries and regions around the globe.
When did the company Holtek come into existence?
From its origins in 1998, the company has continuously focused its energies in the advancement of new product development and skills innovation. The company’s ability to keep in line with market trends, has given Holtek the means of releasing a wide range of highly successful and extremely competitive IC devices.
How are Holtek microcontrollers integrated with lighting drivers?
By combining all kinds of lighting driver devices with Holtek’s microcontrollers and other Holtek peripheral devices. Holtek’s new generation Touch Key Flash series MCUs are fully integrated with touch key functions. Wireless lifestyle choices made easier with our Sub-1GHz, BLE and NFC solutions
What kind of peripheral devices does Holtek make?
Holtek develops other devices, most of which could be classified as microcontroller peripheral devices. One area is that of Low Dropout Regulators where Holtek has provided a range of products with low supply currents. Holtek supports traditional products such as remote control and telecommunication devices. Some peripheral products include:
Where can I find Holtek in the UK?
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