AmberSemi is a fabless semiconductor company with a breakthrough in the digital control of electricity.
“Amber, Infineon Team for Digital Control of Electricity.“
“Ousting 1900s-era Tech?Solid-state Circuit Breakers Extract DC from AC without Magnetics”
Winner 2021 Innovation Award Honoree – for Embedded Systems
A New Market Standard – Powered By AmberSemi
AmberSemi is creating a new standard in power management and sensing through disruptive and patented technologies that enable electricity to be digitally controlled by software in silicon chip architecture. Amber eliminates today’s standard bulky and unreliable 1950s-era electromechanical structures (electrolytics, transformers, relays & more) replacing them with a smaller, more reliable, and modern silicon chip architecture.
Amber’s breakthroughs transform the electrical industry by enabling the upgrade of today’s standard, old-tech based building electrical infrastructure to state-of-the-art silicon chip systems with embedded intelligence. Through this upgrade, Amber delivers an even broader change to the fundamental value for all electrical products and powered appliances, by enabling much safer electrical operation, more robust feature-sets, and integrated intelligence.
Amber’s breakthrough: Digital control of electricity in modern solid-state architecture.
Powering a 2nd Electrical Revolution
AC Direct Sensing Represents AmberSemi’s Third Pillar of Core, Demonstratable Technologies, and the First Focused on Digital Awareness of Electricity DUBLIN, Calif., June 28, 2022
The Leading Innovator of AC Direct Digital Management of Electricity in a Silicon Chip Updates Company Name to Cement its Presence in the Semiconductor Market
Through AmberSemi’s breakthrough technologies in silicon chips, semiconductor and electrical product companies have the opportunity to upgrade, every electrical end-point, in every building on earth, to state-of-the-art silicon architecture. It is the fulfillment of the vision for smart buildings and smart city intelligence, literally from within the backbone of the sorely under-leveraged building electrical grid.