The founder of Xysemi has been engaged in long-term research in the structure and processes of power devices. In 2002, leveraging their device and process inventions at Bell Labs, they established Enpirion in the United States. Enpirion made history in 2004 by introducing the world's first integrated inductor DC-DC chip, a product that garnered the EDN 2004 Global Power IC Best Product Award and numerous other international accolades. In 2013, Enpirion was acquired by Altera.
Xysemi combines its unique device structure and process technology design with system engineering in power and information management. This approach serves two purposes: on one hand, it reduces solution costs, positioning the company's products with a competitive edge in the vast consumer electronics market of Greater China; on the other hand, it enhances product performance, allowing Xysemi's products to lead in areas such as chip miniaturization, low power consumption, high frequency, and high voltage. This strategic positioning empowers the company to target high-end markets and establish a premium brand image.