On May 18, 2021, at 3:00 p.m. (CET), a ceremony was held in Agrate, at the site of STMicroelectronics, for celebrating the Milestone “Multiple Silicon Technology on a Chip, 1985”, with the citation:
“SGS (now STMicroelectronics) pioneered the super-integrated silicon-gate process combining Bipolar, CMOS, and DMOS (BCD) transistors in single chips for complex, power-demanding applications. The first BCD super-integrated circuit, named L6202, was capable of controlling up to 60V-5A at 300 kHz. Subsequent automotive, computer, and industrial applications extensively adopted this process technology, which enabled chip designers flexibly and reliably to combine power, analog, and digital signal processing.”
The ceremony had more than 1700 live participants.
The page dedicated to the event is visible at EVENT PAGE.
An on-demand video of the ceremony is available at the following link.
Photos of the Ceremony