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eSilicon

USA

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

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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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TSMC

Taiwan

Established in 1987, TSMC is the world's largest dedicated semiconductor foundry.

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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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Amkor Technology

USA

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

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Latest Blog Posts

  • Don’t Get Critical IP Cores from a ‘Supermarket’

    Don’t Get Critical IP Cores from a ‘Supermarket’

    September 17, 2014

    This is a guest post by PLDA which designs and sells intellectual property (IP) cores and prototyping tools for ASIC and FPGA

    You are on a tight schedule for your next chip. Not wanting to reinvent the wheel, you plan to go to an outside vendor for some

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  • ASIC Design Flow – an Overview

    ASIC Design Flow – an Overview

    August 07, 2014

    Today, ASIC design flow is a very solid and mature process. The overall ASIC design flow and the various steps within the ASIC design flow have proven to be both practical and robust in multi-millions ASIC designs until now.
    Each and every step of the ASIC design

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  • How to make THE difference in SoC power management architecture

    How to make THE difference in SoC power management architecture

    August 04, 2014

    This is a guest post by Dolphin Integration which provides IP core, EDA tool and ASIC/SoC design services

     
    To reduce the Bill-of-Material (BoM) and to simplify their usage, System-on-Chips (SoC) become more and more complex due to the integration of a large number of features previously located on

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