Fairchild Semiconductor Intl Inc. (NYSE:FCS) comes up with a solution for the next generation TinyBuck regulator family


Dallas, Texas 07/19/2013 (Financialstrend) – FCS had announced its earning results on April 18th, 2013. As per the report, the company had recorded $0.02 earning per share for the quarter which was missing the consensus estimates by $0.04 at $0.06. The revenue of the company had risen by 1.11% to $365.5 million from the year-earlier quarter. The firm had delivered a profit and missed Wall Street’s expectations, and came up short on beating the revenue expectation.

The designers of Power Supply for notebook, server, gaming, tablet, telecom and general purpose point of load – POL regulation applications are looking forward for the ways to progress effectiveness in their designs to meet energy standards, reduce total cost of ownership and extend battery life. FCS has come up with a solution and developed the next generation TinyBuck regulator family. This advanced tool consisting of integrated POL regulators, which integrate a constant on-time PWM controller that driver with high side and low side MOSFETs.

In addition, an online tool was designed to support the next generation TinyBuck regulator family. This helps to provide the designers a basic, easy to use tool, which enhances customers design and improves time to market.

Shares of Fairchild Semiconductor Intl Inc. (NYSE:FCS) had moved on to lose 10.82% on Friday and thereby closed at $12.77 per share for the day. The company had recorded intraday price fluctuations moving from as low as $12.53 to as high as $13.59 on the day. The 52 week low for the stock is at $11.14 and 52 week high is at $15.75 per share.

The company holds 127.22 million shares and 96% of institutional ownership with a market cap of $1.62 billion. On Friday, there had been a trading volume of 7.32 million shares of the company while the average is at 1.63 million shares per day.