Twente-based company QBayLogic, specializing in FPGA chip designs, has been selected to participate in the Innovation Mission Japan Semiconductors, commissioned by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate.
QBayLogic, together with other leading companies from the ChipTech Twente initiative, Brainport and PhotonDelta, will participate in key discussions and set up collaborations in Japan during the week of June 19, 2023.
Sharing technological breakthroughs and innovations
QBayLogic, along with the other participants, is among the world leaders when it comes to chip design. This has allowed them to be part of numerous breakthroughs in the industry, this something QBayLogic is very proud of.
“These successes reflect our mission at QBayLogic: To build technical elegance together. We are confident that our approach to technological development will be appreciated in Japan, where attention to detail, precision and high-quality technical solutions are highly valued,” said Christiaan Baaij, Technical Director at QBayLogic.
A unique opportunity to learn from leading Japanese experts
Japan is an important player in the entire chain of the chip industry. Both in chip design and advanced manufacturing techniques, the country is innovative and because of this they are far ahead in technological developments. It is therefore an attractive partner for the Dutch chip industry to achieve further growth and development in the future.
“The Innovation Mission offers us as QBayLogic a unique opportunity to learn from Japan’s impressive expertise and to cooperate with leading Japanese experts. We are convinced that these collaborations will provide valuable insights and create new market opportunities for the Dutch chip industry,” said Maarten Kuper, Managing Director at QBayLogic.
Dutch innovation strength – ChipTech Twente
QBayLogic is looking forward to showcasing Dutch innovation power together with other participating companies from the ChipTech Twente initiative. Together they will pave the way for future innovations and contribute to the growth and competitiveness of the Dutch chip industry.