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Build a Sophisticated Edge Processing ASIC FAST and EASY with Sondrel

Build a Sophisticated Edge Processing ASIC FAST and EASY with Sondrel
by Mike Gianfagna on 09-16-2021 at 6:00 am

Build a Sophisticated Edge Processing ASIC FAST and EASY with Sondrel

Building a custom chip for edge computing applications can be quite daunting. For starters, there is very little power available at the edge, so energy efficiency will be top of mind. The whole point of edge processing is to off-load the time-consuming and costly process of sending data to the cloud, so substantial processing capability… Read More


Sondrel Creates a Unique Modelling Flow to Ensure Your ASIC Hits the Target

Sondrel Creates a Unique Modelling Flow to Ensure Your ASIC Hits the Target
by Mike Gianfagna on 08-19-2021 at 10:00 am

Sondrel Creates a Unique Modelling Flow to Ensure Your ASIC Hits the Target

Designing an ASIC is little bit like trying to hit the bullseye, in the dark. I’ve spent several decades in the ASIC business I can tell you this is what it’s like from first-hand experience. When the design team sets out to build a custom chip to make their product better, faster, more robust, etc. (pick the words you like), there is … Read More


Get a Jump-Start on Your Next IoT Design with Sondrel’s SFA 100

Get a Jump-Start on Your Next IoT Design with Sondrel’s SFA 100
by Mike Gianfagna on 07-14-2021 at 6:00 am

Get a Jump Start on Your Next IoT Design with Sondrels SFA 100

The concept of platform-based design has been around a long time. I can recall Nokia’s early cell phone products used the strategy very effectively. They were able to turn out new phones quickly by leveraging their existing chip design as a baseline on which to add features. This is commonplace today but was innovative at that time.… Read More


Webinar: Challenges in creating large High Performance Compute SoCs in advanced geometries

Webinar: Challenges in creating large High Performance Compute SoCs in advanced geometries
by Daniel Nenni on 05-17-2021 at 6:00 am

Sondrel Webinar 1

When we think about Compute and AI SoCs, we often focus on the huge numbers of calculations being carried out every second, and the ingenious IPs that are able to reach such high levels of performance. However, there also exists a significant challenge in keeping the vast quantities of data flowing around the chip which is solved … Read More


Sondrel Explains One of the Secrets of Its Success – NoC Design

Sondrel Explains One of the Secrets of Its Success – NoC Design
by Mike Gianfagna on 03-15-2021 at 8:00 am

Seventeen horizontal layers of a complex digital chip design showing the interconnection layouts for each layer

Sondrel is an interesting and unique company. They are a supplier of turnkey services from system to silicon supply. So far, not that unique as there are a lot of companies with this mission. What is unique is their focus on complex designs. The company takes on the design of chips that would need teams of engineers working for a year… Read More


CEO interview: Graham Curren of Sondrel

CEO interview: Graham Curren of Sondrel
by Daniel Nenni on 02-26-2021 at 6:00 am

Graham Curren CEO Sondrel 13.12.29

It has been my pleasure to interview Graham Curren, CEO of Sondrel. A veteran of the Electronics Design industry, he founded Sondrel in 2002 to provide digital ASIC designs.

How did you aim to differentiate Sondrel when you started?
My view of the market was that there were a lot of small design companies and also huge in-house design… Read More