With headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, and on-shore design and manufacturing centers, ON Semiconductor offers a secure, stable environment for the development
of advanced semiconductor solutions for military and aerospace applications. ON Semiconductor has been granted Category 1A Trusted Foundry and Trusted Design accreditation for its on-shore fabrication facilities in Idaho and Oregon; and
has also been granted ‘Broker’ accreditation with Defense Microelectronics Activity (DMEA). This enables ON Semiconductor to support the entire trusted flow from initial ASIC design through wafer fabrication, utilizing other trusted suppliers for packaging and test. The combination of the three accreditations benefits military and
defense customers by providing a fully integrated trusted manufacturing solution.
In addition, ON Semiconductor maintains ITAR certification and QML flows required for military designs.
Superior Security Rating
On Semiconductor received a superior security rating at its Pocatello, Idaho and Gresham, Oregon facilities by the U.S. Defense Security Service. A Superior rating is reserved for contractors who have consistently and fully implemented the requirements of the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) in an effective fashion resulting in a superior security posture, compared with other contractors of similar size and complexity.
DO-254 Certification Support: Digital ASIC design flow methodology that fully supports the stringent requirements of commercial aircraft manufacturers that need to obtain DO-254 certification
Radiation Hardened by Design (RHBD) solutions for Military and Aerospace applications
Robust silicon technologies, characterized over extended temperature range from cryogenic to 150° C
Meets the stringent quality standards historically required of ASIC vendors for military and aerospace applications
Portfolio of plastic and hermetic packaging suitable for high reliability end applications
Comprehensive intellectual property offering: high-speed serial I/O (SerDes); external high performance memory interfaces including OTP; ARM microprocessors; a variety of other hard and soft IP
Extended process lifetimes, meeting the market need for secure, long life-cycle processes
Flexible EOL process enables adequate transition or EOL planning