Fremont’s Innovation District has landed an exciting new tenant that will accelerate the development and validation of next-generation materials and products for the automotive and electronics markets. Chances are you already have a product with Littelfuse circuit protection, power control, or sensing components – from wearable fitness devices to tablets to electric cars.

As our devices (both large and small) get thinner, more mobile, and more complex, Littelfuse has an important role to play in making daily life safer. Fremont is thrilled to have this new player that further enhances its position as a leader in the Internet of Things (IoT) with capabilities in sensor solutions and New Product Introduction (NPI).

City of Fremont Mayor Bill Harrison ─

“As a City, we’ve focused our efforts on creating an environment that fosters talent and is conducive to the growth of tech-savvy startups and large corporations alike. When companies like Littelfuse choose to plant their tech centers here in Fremont, it shows we’ve accomplished what we set out to do.We see tremendous potential in this partnership and we’re glad that Littelfuse feels the same way.”

Littelfuse CEO Gordon Hunter and Engineering VP Werner Johler were clear on the advantages of a Fremont location for Littelfuse, stating that many of the leading innovators are within a small radius, allowing the ability to meet face-to-face with customers. They also cited Fremont’s talented workforce and employee base.
Read more about Littelfuse and their new
Fremont lab facility.

Littelfuse CEO Gordon Hunter welcomes guests to the opening of their Silicon Valley Technology Center

Joyce Chen from the Materials
Development team shows off Littelfuse electronic products

Press coverage at the Littelfuse ribbon cutting