We contributed an article to EECatalog’s Medical Electronics Design By James McDonald, Cactus Semiconductor The health benefits in our future might just rest on how hale, hardy (and cost-effective) developers, including start-ups, can make their implantable medical device proof-
We contributed a post to Planet Analog: [Editor’s note: Co-authors are from Cactus Semiconductor Inc. — Andy Kelly, System and IC Architect, and James McDonald, President.] Implantable medical devices (IMDs) have an approximate size of ~15 to 50 cc. Such devices are common for u
Cactus Semiconductor™ has updated its microprocessor evaluation board for its application-specific standard product (ASSP) medical chip to provide new microcontroller unit (MCU) packaging for easier manufacturability, new inductors for a lower profile, and more. The EB1CSI021™
The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) today announced 25 semifinalists in its Spring 2014 Arizona Innovation Challenge (AIC), a bi-annual business plan competition awarding $3 million annually to talented entrepreneurs. Read the article here.
In 2018, Cactus Semiconductor was acquired by Cirtec Medical.
We are still based in Chandler, AZ, and continue to provide world-class in- house expertise in designing and producing state of the art analog and mixed signal ICs. Manufacturing is conducted worldwide at premier wafer fabrication, wafer probe, IC assembly and IC test facilities.
About Cirtec Medical
Cirtec is a leading provider of design and contract manufacturing services for complex medical devices including active implants and minimally invasive surgical devices.