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ON Semiconductor's (ON) IGBT Devices Adopted by Danfoss

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ON Semiconductor Corporation ON recently announced that the company’s high-power insulated-gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs) and diodes have been selected by Danfoss to power their inverter traction modules for the electric vehicles market.

Denmark-based Danfoss manufactures customized power modules for automotive, industrial and renewable applications. ON Semiconductor’s IGBT chips will aid Danfoss meet the growing demand for high-performance power modules needed by electric vehicles.

ON Semiconductor will manufacture the high power components in New York, East Fishkill and Bucheon, while the power modules will be developed Danfoss in Flensburg and Utica.

The Danfoss deal is a major win for ON Semiconductor as it is likely to help the company strengthen its foothold in the highly lucrative vehicle electrifications market. This, in turn, will drive the company’s top-line growth in the days ahead.

ON Semiconductor Corporation Price and Consensus

ON Semiconductor Corporation Price and Consensus
ON Semiconductor Corporation Price and Consensus

ON Semiconductor Corporation price-consensus-chart | ON Semiconductor Corporation Quote

Electric Vehicles Space Holds Growth Prospects

Rising awareness about greenhouse gases and their effect on global climate is driving people to move away from traditional automotive solutions. As a result, electric vehicles have witnessed solid traction in recent times.

Elon Musk’s Tesla TSLA witnessed its highest ever revenue in first-quarter 2020, as the company’s automotive revenues increased 38% year over year to $5.1 billion, driven by the strong performance of electric vehicles. Moreover, global electric vehicle sales amounted to around 576K units in the first-quarter, despite COVID-19 induced headwinds.

Electric vehicles are expected to witness continued popularity due to increasing fossil fuel prices and declining costs as more number of automobile manufacturers start investing in the space. Per Market Watch data, the global electric vehicle market is expected to witness a CAGR of 18.4% between 2020 and 2025.

With strong growth prospects in the electric vehicles space, ON Semiconductor’s robust capabilities in areas like smart power management, high-voltage interfacing, in-vehicle networking, sensor interfaces and system level integration are likely to boost adoption of the company’s automotive high-power components.

Moreover, the company’s 12 inch Fab in East Fishkill has well positioned it to address the rapidly growing demand for high-power devices in the vehicle electrification market over the long haul.

Wrapping Up

Nevertheless, increased expenditure on product development amid intense competition from Infineon Technologies, Microsemi and STMicroelectronics in the semiconductor solutions space is likely to exert pressure on the company’s margins.

Additionally, the company’s broader markets have been witnessing weaker demand trends. Further, supply chain disruptions and fall in demand due to COVID-19 induced lockdowns is expected to dampen revenues in the near term.

Zacks Rank & Key Picks

Currently, ON Semiconductor carries a Zacks Rank #3 (Hold).

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