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What is an ASIC?
An application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) is an IC that is customised for a specific application (end product or a closely related family of end products), such as a chip which is designed to run a cellular handset.
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2005-01-12 Vasishta, Werfelli join eASIC management team
In a show of increasing momentum, eASIC Corp. announced Monday (Jan. 10) it has landed two high-profile ASIC-industry executives for its management team.
2005-04-27 STMicro, eASIC trumpet 24-hour turnaround chip tape-out
Structured ASIC specialist eASIC Corp. has licensed its 0.13?m technology to STMicroelectronics and claims the Franco-Italian group achieved 24 hours turnaround from RTL to tape-out for a printer platform chip.
2013-08-07 Seagate makes equity investment in eASIC
eASIC and Seagate aim to develop custom silicon solutions for Seagate's line of SSD that would leverage eASIC's expertise in fast time-to-market, low-cost and low-power custom silicon solutions.
2004-06-10 Flextronics partners with Magma, eASIC
Flextronics Semiconductor has partnered with Magma Design Automation Inc. and eASIC Corp. to provide an optimal structured ASIC solution.
2007-11-28 eASIC, Tensilica team on low-cost customized ASICs
Tensilica and eASIC have entered a partnership that allows eASIC to have free access to Tensilica's Diamond Standard microprocessor and DSP cores for its free mask charge, no-minimum order ASICs.
2005-10-19 eASIC, Japan's Innotech join forces
Programmable ASIC vendor eASIC Corp. said Monday (Oct. 17) it will partner with Japanese distributor Innotech to deliver structures ASICs to the Japanese market.
2008-03-28 eASIC program makes 'many designs per engineer'
The first phase of a worldwide program aimed at ushering in an era of affordable silicon customization has been announced by eASIC, a provider of zero-mask charge ASIC devices.
2008-08-06 eASIC jumps to 45nm, finds new foundry partner
Fabless vendor eASIC Corp. will skip the 65nm node and roll out what it calls a "zero mask charge" 45nm ASIC line.
2007-01-08 eASIC expands structured ASIC line with ARM926EJ processor
eASIC Corp. has added the ARM926EJ processor to its Nextreme 90nm product family.
2012-05-07 eASIC enables 3x energy efficiency for simulation supercomputer
Using eASIC's low power Nextreme-2 NEW ASIC devices, Tokyo Institute of Technology was able to achieve an energy efficiency ratio of 6.5 GFLOPS/Watt for its GRAPE-8 super computer.
2014-12-10 eASIC completes JESD204B interoperability at 10Gb/s
Analog Devices' AD9234 12bit, 1GSPS high-speed dual ADC can interoperate with the eASIC Nextreme-3 28nm that eases the design and integration of high bandwidth multi-channel radios.
2007-01-08 ARM, eASIC sign processor IP deal
Expanding its product offerings, fabless ASIC house eASIC Corp. has announced a deal with ARM Ltd.
2007-01-29 Israeli startup preps multicore processor
Plurality, a privately owned company based in Israel, says its HyperCore architecture is one of the most scalable general-purpose multicore processors yet announced, and has demonstrated HyperCore blocks reaching up to 256 cores.
2006-11-08 90nm structured ASICs out to replace FPGAs
Seeking to displace FPGAs and other chip technologies in the marketplace, eASIC Corp. came out of its shell with a bang by unveiling a new 90nm structured ASIC line.
2010-11-12 Public radio IC uses 190mW per channel
Radiocomp Inc. and eASIC Corp. debut a low-power common public radio interface (CPRI) v4.1 solution for radio equipment controller equipment.
2010-03-08 Processor packs L2 cache for improved performance
eASIC Corp. has released the Aeroflex Gaisler's LEON4 processor offers optional L2 cache to further improve performance on data intensive and multicore applications.
2008-08-08 MPEG-4 reference design zooms in on various apps
OmniVision Technologies Inc. and eASIC Corp. jointly introduce the eDVR91, an MPEG-4 camera reference design suitable for a broad range of applications including camcorders, security and surveillance cameras and automotive vision systems.
2008-07-21 Low-cost audio, video codecs offer versatile features
eASIC Corp., a provider of zero mask-charge ASIC devices, has announced the immediate availability of the eDV9100, the first member of their eDiVeo family of low-cost single chip audio and video codecs.
2008-05-01 Fabless ASIC camp gets funds
eASIC Corp. has announced that it raised $48 million in late-stage financing, joining a number of other fabless ASIC vendors that have completed sizable funding rounds to boost their competitiveness.
2008-11-28 Exhibition caters to China's SoC sector
Together with other IP providers such as CAST, eASIC, IPextreme, Tensilica and TranSwitch, S2C organized the first SoCIP Seminar and Exhibition in Beijing and in Shanghai last month.
2008-08-07 45nm structured ASICs boast zero mask charge
The Nextreme-2 Family delivers on eASIC's promise of affordable silicon customization, enabling the design of custom chips using state-of-the-art 45 nm technology and the delivery of working devices in only six-weeks.
2003-12-26 Statistical static timing analysis ensures IC performance
Static timing analysis is one of the pilings upon which the whole edifice of modern IC design has been erected.
2005-04-28 ST halts open-source FPGA project
Pulling the plug on an ambitious open-source FPGA hardware and software project, STMicroelectronics confirmed that it will stop development of its Generalized Open Source Programmable Logic (GOSPL) technology and pursue further programmable logic development through third-party partnerships.
2008-09-25 SoCIP to make its debut in October
The first annual SoCIP 2008 Seminar and Exhibition will be held in Beijing on Oct. 13 and Shanghai on Oct. 15, showcasing a range of SoC design techniques using commercial silicon IP as well as other advanced design solutions.
2009-08-14 SoCIP 2009 boosts China chip IP industry
Increased turnout at the SoCIP 2009 helps stimulate the development of China's semiconductor IP industry.
2001-06-01 Single-mask simplicity needed for SoC
The move to multimillion-gate chips made it necessary to adopt design-reuse strategies for new SoC devices.
2003-04-28 Samsung considers embedding FPGAs in ASICs
Samsung Electronics' semiconductor division said it may embed FPGA blocks in future ASICs as a way to reduce the time and cost of chip design, Samsung Semiconductor Inc. said.
2005-06-16 Platform SoCs now possible
To a large extent, platform SoCs have been science fiction--until now. Such designs can span a wide range of markets.
2008-06-03 Maskless tools to boost ASIC throughputs
E-Shuttle Inc. is set to improve its direct-write e-beam capabilities and explore the future use of next-generation maskless tools from Mapper Lithography NV and other startups in the arena, making e-beam tools a probative technology in mainstream production fabs.
2004-02-02 Leopard leaps into structured ASICs
Leopard Logic Inc., which earlier had cast itself as an IP company, has introduced a line of chips to attack the structured-ASIC market.
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