MOSCHIP joins TSMC Design Center Alliance

Hyderabad, India and Santa Clara, USA – Oct 17, 2022 – MosChip Technologies, a Semiconductor and Embedded system design services company, today announced that the company has joined the Design Center Alliance (DCA) of TSMC Open Innovation Platform® (OIP). The TSMC DCA focuses on chip-implementation services and system-level design solutions to help lower

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Faraday Delivers SAFE™ IP Portfolio for Samsung Foundry 14LPP Process


Faraday Technology Corporation (TWSE: 3035), a leading ASIC design service and IP provider, today announced that its 14LPP application-specific IPs have been listed on SAFE™ (Samsung Advanced Foundry Ecosystem) IP system. These FinFET IPs, including LPDDR4/4X PHY, MIPI D-PHY, V-by-One, FPD-link, LVDS I/O, ONFI I/O, and memory compilers, are silicon

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An Inside look into Apple Silicon Journey

Apple’s remarkable decision to integrate its homegrown chips into its Mac elated its fans. Apple had been using Intel’s processors for decades. Over the past two years, Apple is transitioning away from Intel chips and successfully launched its first ARM-based SoC (System on Chip) and SiP (System in Package) processors

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IP Talk: Marcus Movér, CEO, ShortLink

This interview was held with Marcus Movér, CEO, ShortLink AB.

Tell me about your company’s IP portfolio?
Our IP portfolio is based on our long experience in low-power mixed-signal wireless ASICs. The crown jewel is our range of  Sub-GHz RF Transceivers. We also offer high performance clock

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CEO Talk: Michel Villemain, Founder and CEO of Presto Engineering

This interview was held with Michel Villemain, Founder and CEO of Presto Engineering.

Can You tell me a bit about your background?
I started my career with Schlumberger (later NPTest), where I served in various technical and managerial capacities in Europe, Texas and California, mostly

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Ultimate Guide: Clock Tree Synthesis

A vast majority of modern digital integrated circuits are synchronous designs. They rely on storage elements called registers or flip-flops, all of which change their stored data in a lockstep manner with respect to a control signal called the clock. In many ways, the clock signal is like blood flowing

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