Freescale’s Portfolio of Microprocessors, Microcontrollers, and RF Devices for Aerospace and Defense
- Tuesday, 06 August 2013
By partnering with companies like e2v, Freescale is able to provide a comprehensive portfolio of microcontrollers, microprocessors, and RF devices for the aerospace and defense industry. Freescale offers its customers a comprehensive QorIQ processor roadmap that includes mutlicore devices with multithreading functionality and floating point to meet the demanding size, weight and power requirements of aerospace and defense applications. QorIQ processors also provide best in class Trust Architecture allowing system designers the ability to protect their systems from theft of data, uniqueness and functionality.
Freescale’s RF business recently announced its long-term commitment to the US-based aerospace and defense market. As the leading global RF power transistor supplier, Freescale plans to support a broad range of aerospace and defense applications with the broadest LDMOS RF power transistor portfolio, GaAs MMIC products and entirely new GaN RF power transistor products. These products will be supported by a dedicated team of professionals focused exclusively on A&D markets and customers.
Our partner, e2v is a worldwide leader in assembly, screening, and testing of complex integrated circuits dedicated to serve applications like aerospace and defense. Learn more about e2v’s specialty testing and manufacturing services of Freescale QorIQ processors for the A&D market.
Glenn Beck, A&D Segment Marketing Manager, Freescale Semiconductor
Beck has worked at Motorola/Freescale Semiconductor for 34 years holding positions in design, product engineering and product marketing. Recently he manages products within the QorIQ high-tier portfolio and heads the Aerospace and Defense marketing efforts at Freescale. Beck holds a BSEE from Texas A&M University and MBA from Texas State University.
David Lewicki, Product Manager, Military RF Freescale Semiconductor
Dave Lewicki is responsible for Freescale’s focus on the Military market with its industry leading RF power products. Dave’s team is repurposing and enabling commercial products as well as developing new dual use and ITAR products to help defense customers realize the best possible RF performance in systems such as radar, electronic warfare and communications.
Dave has over 30 year’s experience in the semiconductor industry with Freescale and Motorola. Dave has held various engineering and management positions in broadly diverse products and technologies such as ASICs, classified military applications, SoC’s for digital TV and networking, and most recently, RF power devices.
Eric Marcelot, Director of Marketing, e2v
Born in 1974, in Provins, France. Eric Marcelot has been an electronic engineer since graduating in 1995. Eric joined Thomson-CSF Semiconducteur Specifiques as a product engineer in charge of the development of several high-reliability microprocessors and memory products. When Atmel acquired Thomson-CSF in 2000, Eric joined the marketing group as a product manager in charge of the business development of the Hi-Rel PowerPC product family. In August 2006, Atmel-Grenoble was acquired by e2v and Eric is now the director of marketing for the Hi-Rel Semiconductor division of e2v.