Parade Technologies, Ltd. is a leading supplier of mixed-signal ICs for a variety of popular display and high-speed interface standards used in computers, consumer electronics and display panels. The fabless semiconductor company was founded in 2005 and publicly listed on Taipei Exchange (TPEx) in 2011 (stock code: 4966). Parade’s portfolio of IC products serves the growing demand for HDMI™, DisplayPort™, SATA, and USB ICs for display, storage and interface applications.
In addition to being a technology innovator, Parade is an active participant and leader in industry standards-setting organizations. Parade Technologies, Inc., a wholly owned US-based subsidiary of Parade Technologies, Ltd., is a member of VESA (Video Electronics Standard Association). Parade Technologies, Inc. has made key contributions to the development of VESA’s DisplayPort™ digital video interface standard.
Parade leverages its close relationships with market leading Tier-1 OEMs to develop ICs that provide unique system capabilities. Many of the company’s devices integrate proprietary technologies that offer superior system signal integrity, advanced system integration and enhanced power efficiency. As a result of the company’s “standards-plus” design philosophy, Parade ICs have been designed into products offered by nearly every leading computer and display vendor worldwide.
Parade Technologies, Inc. is located in San Jose, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley, with design centers located in Shanghai, China, and Lynnwood, Washington State, USA. Parade Technologies, Ltd. has subsidiaries in Nanjing, China (engineering and design support) and in Seoul, South Korea (customer support). Parade Technologies, Ltd. also has branch offices in Hong Kong (administrative and logistical services), Taiwan, (design center, sales and customer support) and Cork, Ireland (design center).
Parade was named “The Best Financially Managed Semiconductor Company Achieving Up to $1 Billion in Annual Sales” by the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA) in December 2017.