Network High Temperature Technology(2003-2010)
RelChip began as a development group for an oil and gas networking company in 2003. Orginally chartered to develop network electronics (analog and digital) that operate for years at 250C, the group was successful with its first analog integrated circuits. The developments continued in analog, digital, and mixed-signal design.
In 2010, the networking company agreed to sell the technology, and RelChip was born. The group began development of digital high temperature components. RelChip provides the enabling components for a wide variety of extreme environment applications. The effort can be marked with key milestones.
2012: World’s First 300C Logic Parts Delivered
2015: World’s First 300C 32-bit Microcontroller Delivered
2015: World’s First 300C SRAM Memories Delivered