Rochester Electronics, LLC

16 Malcolm Hoyt Drive
Newburyport,  MA  01950

United States
https://www.rocelec.com/
  • Booth: 6258


Rochester Electronics: The Semiconductor Lifecycle Solution™

Rochester Electronics, The Semiconductor Lifecycle Solution™
 

Inventory lifecycle solutions: Rochester is a 100% authorized distributor of over 70 leading semiconductor manufacturers. With over 15 billion authorized devices in stock, Rochester can deliver the solution you need today. Whether it’s a product that is EOL, is facing a life time buy, or is simply facing long factory lead times, let us know how we can help.

Continuing source products: Rochester is a licensed manufacturer of devices no longer produced by the original component manufacturer, offering continuing source capability of over 20,000 products in wide variety of packaging. If you have a critical device requiring continuing support, call Rochester today.

Manufacturing services: Rochester is a qualified manufacturing service provider to many semiconductor manufacturers and OEM’s alike. With extensive design, assembly, packaging, test operations in-house, we provide a high quality and professional services. Contact us about your needs today.

Visit us at the show for more information or online at www.rocelec.com. We are located globally for local service and support.


 Press Releases

  • About Artesyn Embedded Technologies

    Artesyn Embedded Technologies is a global leader in the design and manufacture of highly reliable power conversion and embedded computing solutions for a wide range of industries including communications, computing, healthcare, military, aerospace and industrial automation. For more than 40 years, customers have trusted Artesyn to help them accelerate time-to-market and reduce risk with cost-effective advanced network computing and power conversion solutions.

    Artesyn Hawk Product Replication

    Rochester worked with Artesyn® to re-create the LSI Hawk ASIC which is critcal to supporting Artesyn’s VME products.  At the inception of the program, it was agreed that this re-creation would be a great opportunity for both companies to demonstrate technical capabilities and to ensure mutual success with the project.
    Rochester Electronics designers worked with the customer’s design engineering teams to create a form, fit, and function drop-in replacement for the FPGA or ASIC using LSI’s proven gate-array tools and technologies for legacy products.

    The finished product is a .35um ASIC in a 596 bga package that includes an on-die PLL running at 400Mhz, PCI-66, about 1M transistors, and several hundred impedance controlled IO. This ASIC exemplifies what Rochester can do for it’s customers, such as Artesyn, to bring a product back to life. 

    Voice of the Customer

    “As part of our commitment to long-term availability for VME products, our team recognized that we would need to support many of our key customers in highly sensitive markets far beyond the typical product lifecycle. The biggest roadblock to supporting those customers was the lack of availability of the end-of-life, commercial ASIC. 
    Artesyn® engaged with Rochester Electronics, LLC. to do a complete re-creation and manufacture of that custom ASIC. Working together, Artesyn and Rochester successfully re-created the design, worked through the manufacturing process, completed final assembly, and after full testing and qualification delivered a successful ASIC re-creation. 

    Collaborating with Rochester was seamless during that process, with the company applying its expertise, experience, and professionalism to ensure success. Through our “VME Beyond 2020” initiative, Artesyn’s VME customers can continue to source from one of the largest portfolios of Power Architecture VME single board computers in the industry and we would not hesitate to engage with Rochester again in the future should similar needs arise.”

    -Scott  Burns, Global Electronics Commodity Management Director, Artesyn Embedded Technologies

    About Rochester Electronics

    Rochester Electronics is the world’s largest continuous source of semiconductors–100% Authorized by over 70 leading semiconductor manufacturers. 

    As an original manufacturer stocking distributor, Rochester has over 15 billion devices in stock encompassing 200,000 part numbers, providing the world’s most extensive range of end-of-life (EOL) semiconductors and broadest range of active semiconductors. 

    As a licensed semiconductor manufacturer, Rochester has manufactured over 20,000 device types.  With over 12 billion die in stock, Rochester has the capability to manufacture over 70,000 device types.

    Rochester offers authorized semiconductor product replication/re-creation services–form, fit and functional drop-in replacement with 100% software compatibility, no errata.

    Rochester is The Semiconductor Lifecycle Solution™ no other company compares to the breadth of Rochester’s product selection, value-added services, and manufacturing solutions.


     
  • About Waters

    Since 1958, Waters Corporation has been in the business of making innovative analytical instruments that assist scientists in reaching scientific goals, increasing productivity, and earning laboratory-based organizations a higher return on their investments in research, development, and quality control.

    Whether at work discovering new pharmaceuticals, inventing new and more effective ways to treat diseases, assuring the safety of the world’s food and drinking water supplies, monitoring and controlling pollution, or conserving the world’s greatest art treasures, scientists worldwide rely on Waters’ liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry products. With 60+ years in business, Waters is now one of the largest companies in the analytical instruments industry, supporting scientists working in thousands of laboratories around the world.  

    The Rochester ADSP-2101 Replication

    The ADSP-21xx family was a very popular legacy DSP used in applications with long-term embedded systems for industrial controls and avionics customers.  

    The ADSP-21xx support for Waters Corporation began by supplying end-of-life (EOL) fi nished goods. Then Rochester manufactured product utilizing Analog Devices die, which was acquired thru a strategic wafer buy.  When that product supply was exhausted, Rochester transitioned Waters to a Rochester product replication/re-creation model by utilizing licensed Analog Devices IP. 

    The strong partnership with Analog Devices enabled and authorized Rochester Electronics to replicate the ADSP-2101 product and bring it back into active status. The ADSP-2101 EOL notice was in 2014 so limited stock remained of the original wafer material. Analog Devices provided Rochester Electronics with the source design, technology, and test databases. Waters had on-going demand for many years to come. Rochester successfully re-created the ADSP-2101 in the PLCC package in February 2018, only 9 months after the IP was first received from Analog. 

    Rochester contracted with a former ADI DSP resource to consulton the test and analysis of this product to ensure a quick, efficient, and effective test characterization and comparison between original ADI silicon and Rochester’s silicon.

    This was a highly successful and combined effort of design, supplier, and test teams within Rochester to bring this device back to market in conjunction with a dedicated partner in Analog Devices.

    Voice of the Customer

    “At Waters, our products stay in the field for 30 years; obsolescence can be a big concern for us. Our best-selling product, Alliance, is 30 years old and this is where the ADSP-2101 was utilized. I see this collaboration between Analog Devices, Rochester Electronics and Waters as the gold standard of how a last time buy should be handled.

    Waters was facing a last time buy of more than $2 million if Rochester could not replicate the device. Face-to-face meetings allowed Analog and Rochester to store and package two years’ worth of die inventory, so that Waters could keep our production moving. Analog did a superb job providing support and their long-time relationship with Rochester was the key to this success. Our newly replicated device is ahead of schedule and our prototypes are working successfully. 

    In short, we went from a potentially painful and costly situation, to a smooth and seamless transition. We could not be happier with the results and we wish all obsolescence situations could be handled this way.” 

    -Mark J. Looney, Senior Purchasing Manager, Waters Corporation

    About Rochester Electronics

    Rochester Electronics is the world’s largest continuous source of semiconductors–100% Authorized by over 70 leading semiconductor manufacturers. 

    As an original manufacturer stocking distributor, Rochester has over 15 billion devices in stock encompassing 200,000 part numbers, providing the world’s most extensive range of end-of-life (EOL) semiconductors and broadest range of active semiconductors. 

    As a licensed semiconductor manufacturer, Rochester has manufactured over 20,000 device types.  With over 12 billion die in stock, Rochester has the capability to manufacture over 70,000 device types.

    Rochester offers authorized semiconductor product replication/re-creation services–form, fit and functional drop-in replacement with 100% software compatibility, no errata.

    Rochester is The Semiconductor Lifecycle Solution™ no other company compares to the breadth of Rochester’s product selection, value-added services, and manufacturing solutions.

  • About thyssenkrupp Elevator

    Thyssenkrupp Elevator brings together the thyssenkrupp group’s global passenger transportation systems. The company has built its position as one of the world’s leading elevator companies from scratch in a mere 40 years’ time, by applying thyssenkrupp’s unique engineering capabilities. Offering smart and innovative products and services designed to meet customer’s individual requirements; their portfolio includes passenger and freight elevators, escalators and moving walks, passenger boarding bridges, stair and platform lifts as well as tailored service solutions for all products. Over 1,000 locations around the world provide an extensive sales and service network to guarantee closeness to their customers. Thyssenkrupp is a diversified industrial group with a growing share of capital goods and  service businesses and traditional strengths in materials. 

    NXP P80C592 Re-creation

    When NXP communicated the EOL notice for the P80C592, Rochester Electronics became thyssenkrupp’s key ally for a resolution. With original design and test data transferred from NXP, Rochester Electronics as an authorized partner of NXP, successfully re-created the P80C592 for thyssenkrupp ensuring a seamless production, without any need to modify the software or hardware and thus avoiding costly redesigns and re-qualification rounds. The P80C592 is a single-chip 8-bit 8051 microcontroller with on-chip CAN controller, and it is used in several products at thyssenkrupp. 

    Key P80C592 Product Features Include:

    80C51 central processing unit (CPU)
    10-bit ADC with 8 multiplexed analog inputs
    CAN-controller (CAN = Controller Area Network) with DMA data transfer facility to internal RAM
    Full-duplex UART compatible with the standard 80C51

    Voice of the Customer

    “Following EOL announcement of NXP’s P80C592 microcontroller, thyssenkrupp Elevator engaged with Rochester Electronics to do a complete re-creation of this component. Working together, Rochester and thyssenkrupp were able to re-create, test and qualify this component within less than a year, from project start to mass production ramp-up.


    Collaboration with Rochester was seamless throughout the project, and the professionalism and open communication were key to the successful re-creation program. This allowed us to continue to support our customers without going through expensive and time-consuming re-design.”

    -Olli Lehtonen, Cluster Manager, Electrics & Electronics

    About Rochester Electronics

    Rochester Electronics is the world’s largest continuous source of semiconductors–100% Authorized by over 70 leading semiconductor manufacturers. 

    As an original manufacturer stocking distributor, Rochester has over 15 billion devices in stock encompassing 200,000 part numbers, providing the world’s most extensive range of end-of-life (EOL) semiconductors and broadest range of active semiconductors. 

    As a licensed semiconductor manufacturer, Rochester has manufactured over 20,000 device types.  With over 12 billion die in stock, Rochester has the capability to manufacture over 70,000 device types.

    Rochester offers authorized semiconductor product replication/re-creation services–form, fit and functional drop-in replacement with 100% software compatibility, no errata.

    Rochester is The Semiconductor Lifecycle Solution™ no other company compares to the breadth of Rochester’s product selection, value-added services, and manufacturing solutions.


 Products

  • ADSP-2100 Family DSP Processors
    Rochester manufactured ADSP-2100 DSP....

  • The ADSP-2100 Family processors are single-chip microcomputers optimized for digital signal processing (DSP) and other high speed numeric processing applications. The ADSP-21xx processors are all built upon a common core. Each processor combines the core DSP architecture—computation units, data address generators, and program sequencer—with differentiating features such as on-chip program and data memory RAM, a programmable timer, one or two serial ports, and, on the ADSP-2111, a host interface port.

  • P8xC592-8-Bit Microcontroller with On-Chip CAN
    The Rochester Electronics manufactured P8xC592 is a single-chip 8-bit high-performance microcontroller with on-chip CAN-controller, derived from the 80C51 microcontroller family....

  • • 80C51 central processing unit (CPU)

    • 10-bit ADC with 8 multiplexed analog inputs

    • CAN-controller (CAN = Controller Area Network) with DMA data transfer facility to internal RAM

    • Full-duplex UART compatible with the standard 80C51


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