TowerJazz ramp the volume production for CMOSIS’ 12-megapixel image sensor
TowerJazz said it has ramped the volume production for CMOSIS’ 12-megapixel CMV12000, following the very successful volume production of its CMV products. CMV12000 is manufactured in TowerJazz’s Fab-2 in Migdal Haemek, Israel using 0.18µm specialty CIS process (TS18IS).
"We have enjoyed a very fruitful relationship with TowerJazz for several years. TowerJazz has an expert team that can customize the CIS process to our needs and create, together with us, new pixels that outperform our competitors. Our ability to offer innovative imaging products with highly reliable performance is based on our collaboration with TowerJazz and their mature process technology, extensive R&D investment and excellent customer support. By combining our companies’ expertise, we are able to offer a rich solution for various digital imaging
applications,” said Lou Hermans, Chief Operating Officer, CMOSIS.
“We are thrilled to work with partners such as CMOSIS, true innovators in the imaging field. The success of their CMV products is based on our successful and wide-ranging relationship with CMOSIS from concept to development, together solving complex engineering challenges and delivering products to their customers with best in class, quality results. Together, we are dedicated to bringing to market superior technology and we aim to gain a significant share of the consumer, industrial and professional CMOS image sensor markets,” said Dr. Avi Strum, VP
and GM, CMOS Sensors Business Unit and VP of Sales, Europe, TowerJazz.