Dialog Semiconductor opening in suburban Phoenix
A German semiconductor company has chosen Chandler as its third U.S. office site.
Dialog Semiconductor has moved into 10,000 square feet at its new design center at Loop 101 and Ray Road. It is officially opening on Thursday with a ribbon-cutting celebration.
The company chose Chandler because it’s corporate and employee friendly, said Jeff Kanner, Dialog’s engineering director.
“The cost of living is low and the entertainment value is high,” said Kanner, adding Dialog’s other two U.S. offices are in the San Francisco Bay area. “It’s a central location and close to ASU.”
Dialog is a fabless provider of mixed signal semiconductor integrated circuits used in a variety of electronic products, from smartphones and Internet of Things applications, to LED lighting and wearables.
Dialog also provides power-saving technologies, including for Bluetooth Smart devices, multi-touch displays and ultra low-power audio.
The company’s mission is to be the go-to company for integrated, mixed signal and differentiated power-saving technologies addressing high growth, high volume markets.
“Dialog brings a number of new, high-wage jobs to the community, while continuing to broaden and diversify our employment base,” Mayor Jay Tibshraeny said in an email. “The investment they are making in Chandler is a significant one, and continues to validate our strong position as a globally recognized technology center.”