VisIC and Anvil make incremental progress, although still lag leaders in GaN and SiC

VisIC recently announced its first product – a normally off (when gate voltage is zero no current is flowing through the circuit) 650 V gallium nitride (GaN)-on-silicon transistor. We spoke to Tamara Baksht, CEO and founder of VisIC, who claimed that its 650 V product is better than the best-in-c...

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