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Artisan establishes analog, mixed-signal business unit

Posted: 20 May 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:artisan components? analog? mixed-signal ic? i/o serdes? pci express interface cores?

Artisan Components Inc., a provider of physical intellectual property (IP), has formed an analog and mixed-signal business unit. The company's acquisition of NurLogic Design Inc. in February 2003 is the basis for expansion into this segment of high-performance analog IP and high-bandwidth connectivity cores. With NurLogic's analog products, which include specialty I/Os, serdes, and PCI Express interface cores, Artisan now adds products and in-house design expertise up to the system level, providing a broader portfolio of IP to accelerate SoC design and production.

"Until recently, standard cells, memories and I/Os have met the key needs of designers. However the design community is now demanding a higher level of IP integration such as analog, specialty I/Os and system interface cores," said Mark Templeton, president and CEO. "Callan brings the technical, management and operational experience required to expand the already solid base of system-level expertise and products."

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