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Amkor Technology

USA

Amkor is one of the world's largest providers of advanced semiconductor assembly & test services.

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Packet Digital

USA

Packet Digital has a team of skilled engineers ready to help design, verify, and implement your FPGA or ASIC solution. Specializing in analog and mixed-signal designs, the team can take your design from requirements capture to customer delivered silicon.

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Aptasic

Switzerland

Aptasic offers turnkey solutions to efficiently handle the ASIC supply chain (from wafer supply to good packaged ICs delivery). The company is ISO 9001:2008 certified (SQS) since 2006.

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ASE Group

Taiwan

We offer the best design manufacturing services for IC packaging, IC substrates, IC testing and systems.

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eSilicon

USA

eSilicon provides a comprehensive suite of ASIC and SoC design, productization and manufacturing services.

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Latest Blog Posts

  • How to Design and Make a Custom Analog IC in 44 Days

    How to Design and Make a Custom Analog IC in 44 Days

    January 27, 2015

    Recently we worked with a customer that had an urgent need to get a custom analog ASIC (application specific integrated circuit) developed in a very short time. The customer needed a completely working system in the first quarter of 2015. Working backwards from their system schedule they

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  • ASIC Clock Jargon: Important Terms

    ASIC Clock Jargon: Important Terms

    January 21, 2015

    Clock to an SoC is like blood to a human body. Just the way blood flows to each and every part of the body and regulates metabolism, clock reaches each and every sequential device and controls the digital events inside the SoC. There are many terms which

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  • What’s wrong with RTL for ASIC designs?

    What’s wrong with RTL for ASIC designs?

    January 14, 2015

    I think this is an appropriate first post, because this is a question that we’ve heard many times when talking with hardware engineers trying to sell our product. The fact that there are (now) about a dozen companies trying to replace RTL with alternatives (I’ll talk about

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