Category Archives: ASIC Design

Custom ASIC: The Ultimate Guide

Imagine a world where every electronic device is tailored to its purpose with pinpoint precision. Custom ASICs, or Application-Specific Integrated Circuits, makes this a reality.
Custom ASICs represent a step beyond generic circuitry to meet unique demands. They offer customization levels from the architecture to the very silicon upon

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CEO Talk: Mayank Varshney, VP of Engineering, Mirafra Inc

This interview was held with Mayank Varshney, VP of Engineering, Mirafra Inc.

Please share with us a bird’s eye view about Mirafra Software Technologies?
Mirafra Software Technologies is possibly the largest Standalone Design Services company from India. Mirafra started couple of decades ago with a vision

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CEO Talk: Bram De Muer of ICsense

This interview was held with Bram De Muer, CEO of ICsense

Tell me a bit about your background? How did you first get started with ICsense?
I am a microelectronics engineer by education. Engineering has always been in my blood, whether it was constructing novel

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What does a VLSI Engineer do?

Like architects shaping skylines, VLSI engineers are the masterminds behind the intricate circuits that power modern electronics. In the world of microelectronics, they play a pivotal role, crafting the very foundation upon which today’s technology thrives.
Core Responsibilities in Chip Creation: VLSI engineers are tasked with developing and refining

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What is an ASIC Engineer?

Like a master tailor crafting a bespoke suit, an ASIC engineer designs circuits tailored for specific applications with precision and expertise.
Analogous to architects who shape skylines, ASIC design engineers sculpt the electronic landscape by creating custom integrated circuits – the foundation upon which today’s technology stands.
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ASIC Design: From Spec to Chips

An Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) is a specialized integrated circuit crafted for a particular use or purpose. Typically, ASICs are tailored for products targeted for mass production, consolidating necessary electronics onto a single chip.

ASIC stands for “Application Specific Integrated Circuit.”
Despite the substantial initial

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