Can you reduce cost and development cycle of your next ASIC?

September 22, 2014, anysilicon

Have you ever wondered about the possibility of minimizing risk, design time and production cost simply by working with different IC design or verification companies? Or whether you could make your current ASIC cheaper by changing your FAT (foundry, assembly, test) providers?


Actually it’s something you can do right now.


We have released today a new and improved site focused on helping ASIC designs and operation managers find semiconductor service providers with the best fit for their next design. The new site provides new capabilities, usability enhancements and significant speed improvements.


Our new site helps visitors search quickly for providers using categories like IC design companies, verification, packaging, qualification, testing and failure analysis.  Selecting the right supplier with the best match for your project will essentially reduce your time to market, minimize risk and ultimately reduce development costs.


We have improved our search so that it’s accessible from every page and offers criteria selection to help you narrow down the results. If you need additional help, we now offer a new free-of-charge service called Concierge. Via the Concierge page you can fill out a quick information form, which our team analyzes and then pushes the requests to the right service providers. These providers can then contact you back directly.


Every vendor page consists of a “contact” button that lets you send direct email to the most relevant people at the service provider.  This provides you with immediate access to the correct people.


What else? Our semiconductor blog is now open to external contributors – both individuals and companies. So if you’re interested in sharing your knowledge and provide practical hands-on tips on topics such as IC , design, layout, wafer, test, packaging, please contact us using the  “Submit an article” link and drop us a line with information on the article.


Last but not least, our blog does not require any registration and is open to all visitors. Visitors are welcome to use our new comments platform and join the discussion.


Love and lots of passion,

The AnySilicon Team.