Cypress completes 100th custom CMOS sensor design

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Cypress Semiconductor has completed its 100th custom CMOS image sensor design. Cypress's diverse portfolio addresses a broad array of applications such as industrial and medical x-ray imaging, endoscopy, machine vision, star tracking and remote sensing for space, barcode readers, biometrics, high-speed line sensors and high-speed motion analysis sensors.

The wide range of custom design wins includes multiple designs for Vision Research, Toshiba Teli, Micro Imaging, ARRI, along with more than 40 other custom-sensor customers worldwide, each serving different market segments and applications.

'Cypress forged a leadership position in custom image sensors by serving as a one-stop shop for product and test engineering, product characterisation and qualification, and manufacturing and logistics support,' said Cliff Drowley, vice president of Cypress's image sensor business unit. 'Our experience as a full-service custom imaging solutions provider differentiates us from the design houses we typically compete with, and we are determined to strengthen our knowledge base and lead.'

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