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2012-04-12 Xilinx, Intel aid EDA startup
The two companies have provided an unspecified financial backing to Oasys Design Systems to expand its research and development team, and further expand its worldwide support structure.
2004-06-10 Xilinx acquires floor planner startup
Xilinx Inc. has acquired privately held FPGA floor planning vendor Hier Design Inc. for an undisclosed amount.
2015-01-06 Wireless startup to unveil tech to boost spectral efficiency
The technology from MagnaCom promises wireless connections that use less scarce spectrum or deliver higher data rates using the same bands to enable digital broadcast standards such as DVB-C2 and DVB-T2.
2005-05-10 Wi-Fi startup selects Atmel for SiGe foundry work
Fabless semiconductor company WiDeFi Inc. has selected Atmel Corp. as foundry partner for a family of 802.11 wireless LAN "repeater" chipsets implemented in silicon germanium, the company said.
2007-07-13 Virtualization startup bags $16M financing
Virtualization startup VirtualLogix has secured $16 million in Series B financing from new investors, Esprit Capital Partners and Intel Capital, and current investors, Atlas Venture and Index Ventures.
2002-07-10 Verification startup wants everyone to go 'formal'
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2004-09-07 UWB chip startup TZero nets $15.5M
Ultrawideband chipset startup TZero Technologies Inc. has closed its latest round of venture capital funding totaling $15.5 million.
2006-02-17 UMC should restart with startup culture, says Hu
Jackson Hu, chairman and CEO of UMC said the company would "reinvent itself" as a startup company.
2003-09-19 U.K. ESL startup wins venture funding
SpiraTech Ltd., a U.K.-based EDA startup preparing tools for electronic system level design, has won around $1M in initial venture capital funding and has appointed three technology veterans to the company's board.
2012-07-03 u-blox spends $16.5M for U.K. 4G startup
u-blox positions itself in the 4G M2M device market by buying Cognovo and its software defined radio technology.
2015-11-16 TSMC invests $65M in EDA startup
Tela Innovations provides software that helps with advanced scaling and lithography optimisation, and developed design solutions such as cell libraries for 28nm, 20nm CMOS and FinFET technologies.
2005-08-17 Thermal analysis startup taps marketing VP
Seeking to build a marketing organization behind an EDA startup with a full-chip thermal analysis tool, former Cadence executive Kevin Moynihan has joined Gradient Design Automation as vice president of marketing.
2007-11-28 Taiwan VC fund bets on Israeli image sensor startup
Taiwan-based venture capital fund CIDC has invested $6 million in Advasense, a startup fabless semiconductor company focusing on image sensors for mobile devices located in Raanana, Israel.
2002-10-15 Swedish startup eases use of formal tools
Startup Safelogic is rolling out a formal property checker and a simulation "plug-in" for property monitoring.
2004-04-21 Startup's tool adds hardware validation
Carbon Design Systems has expanded the capabilities of its DesignPlayer models to perform hardware validation as well as presilicon software validation.
2002-05-02 Startup's service to meld optics, GPS time stamp
Time stamp references from global-positioning system satellites will create accurate time slices for the "fractional lambda switching" service of optical startup Synchrodyne Networks Inc., the company said in its initial description of the service Monday (April 29) at the IEEE International Conference on Communications.
2004-06-07 Startup's dual-radio IC opens door to roaming
Quorum Systems believes its QC2530 could upend today's coverage model of high-cost basestations for every square mile.
2007-02-01 Startup weaves new foundation for chip design
Fabbrix claims it can provide the regular circuit patterns or 'fabrics' needed by manufacturable designs at 65nm and belowwithout area, performance or power penalties.
2003-08-06 Startup unwraps power grid planning software
Turning adversity into opportunity, a design engineer laid off last year has developed a block-level power grid noise simulator he had thought about for years.
2008-02-27 Startup unrolls low-power 10G optical module
Lightwire is sampling out an optical transceiver based on a novel CMOS design, claiming lower power and size than competing alternatives.
2003-08-19 Startup turns to China for analog design suite
Paragon IC Solutions is a two-year-old EDA startup that's selling an analog IC design suite with a 13-year heritage.
2012-01-26 Startup tries many-core revolution
Kalray's chip is expected to deliver about 200GOPS at 400MHz clock frequency and a maximum performance of about 500GOPS at power consumption of about 5W.
2004-02-05 Startup to speed co-verification
A small EDA startup based in Eindhoven, Netherlands, has big plans to speed up hardware/software co-verification.
2002-10-01 Startup to open RTL-to-test bridge
Nikhil Dakwala prepares the industry's first memory RTL-to-ATPG modeling bridge.
2002-09-23 Startup to offer online Verilog training sessions
Mindbrook Inc. will initiate an online Verilog training program that offers software design collaboration in 1H of 2003.
2002-01-18 Startup to build wireless data network
An ambitious venture christened July Systems Inc. (Sunnyvale, Calif.), started by a Wipro Systems founder, hopes to build a global wireless superstructure for data communications.
2000-11-30 Startup time, profile measurement of PLL VCOs and crystal oscillators
This application note intends to alleviate the anxiety and pain that have been associated with startup time and profile measurements of PLL VCOs and crystal oscillators by introducing a test setup that is user-friendly and convenient to build.
2004-02-06 Startup tests water with 'channel orchestrator'
A Massachusetts startup has offered a new wavelength management component based on special diffraction gratings derived from a government contract awarded in the 1990s.
2009-02-18 Startup targets 'an Internet of things'
ZeroG Wireless officially throws its hat into the ring of competitors trying to bring wireless to embedded systems. The company claims its new chip and module could bring 802.11b connectivity to new lows in cost, size and power consumption.
2002-12-26 Startup taps digital holography for wafer inspection
A metrology startup is pitching the use of digital holography to peer into the narrow and deep spaces, such as contacts and trench capacitors, on semiconductor wafers.
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