SAN DIEGO, July 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Peregrine Semiconductor Corp., founder of RF SOI (silicon on insulator) and pioneer of advanced RF solutions, announces Alain Duvallet has been promoted to vice president of RF process technology. Duvallet has been an integral part of the Peregrine team since March 2010, previously serving as director of RF process technology.
"I am excited to announce the promotion of Alain Duvallet to vice president of RF process technology," says Mark Miscione, Peregrine's vice president of RF technology solutions and quality assurance. "In his five years with Peregrine, Alain has demonstrated his leadership abilities and technical expertise by overseeing several successful launches of UltraCMOS® technology generations. Alain and his team's most recent accomplishment was this week's introduction of UltraCMOS 11 technology, the industry's first RF SOI 300 mm technology platform."
As vice president of RF process technology, Duvallet will continue to lead Peregrine's technology development team and will advance the UltraCMOS technology platform to support Peregrine's two business units—mobile wireless and high performance analog. Prior to joining Peregrine, Duvallet spent 28 years with Motorola and Freescale Semiconductor. He holds engineering degrees from Ecole Superieure d'Electricite and Ecole Polytechnique in Paris, France.
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Peregrine Semiconductor Corporation, a Murata company, is the founder of RF silicon on insulator (SOI) and is a leading fabless provider of high-performance, integrated RF solutions. Since 1988 Peregrine and its founding team have been perfecting UltraCMOS® technology—a patented, advanced form of SOI—to deliver the performance edge needed to solve the RF market's biggest challenges, such as linearity. With products that deliver best-in-class performance and monolithic integration, Peregrine is the trusted choice for market leaders in automotive, broadband, industrial, Internet of Things, mobile devices, smartphones, space, test-and-measurement equipment and wireless infrastructure. A Murata company since December 2014, Peregrine holds more than 180 filed and pending patents and has shipped over 2 billion UltraCMOS units. For more information, visit http://www.psemi.com.
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