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Analog Bits, Inc. is the leader in developing and delivering low-power integrated clocking and interconnect IP that are pervasive in virtually all of today's semiconductors. Products include precision clocking macros such as PLLs and DLLs, programmable interconnect solutions, such as multi-protocol SERDES and I/Os; as well as specialized high-speed SRAMs and TCAMs.

With multiple billions of Analog Bits's IP fabricated in silicon from 0.25um to 16/14nm FinFet processes, Analog Bits has an established a track-record of delivering high-quality differentiated mixed signal IP. Analog Bits' technology leadership empowers our customers with the competitive edge they need to deliver high quality System on Chip (SoC) products in a timely manner while significantly lowering their risk and costs.

Analog Bits, Inc. was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley. With several hundred man years of leading edge mixed signal IP development, Analog Bits is an important supplier of differentiated IP that are embedded in SoC devices spawning the mobile and computing revolution that is at the heart of our 24-hour a day constantly connecting the world. Today, Analog Bits licenses and supports its products to a broad, global customer base that includes industry leaders in the consumer, communication, computing, industrial and military & aerospace segments.

PRODUCTS

CLOCKING - Industry's broadest and most pervasive clocking IPs

  • Silicon-proven IP and in high-volume production
  • Available at leading fabs & foundries
  • Fully supported by a market leader
  • Customizable to customer needs
Datasheets:
SERDES
SERDES - Half power, smallest area, multiprotocol

16G-26G Flip Chip

10G Wire Bond

75+ Protocols

4mW/Gbps

SERDES
  • Half power SERDES compared to competing alternatives
  • Smallest die area
  • Multiprotocol: PCIe, SAS, SATA, HMC, USB…
  • Lowest latency for chip-to-chip communications
  • Supports multiple date rates with UNLIMITED LANE COUNT
  • Flexible placement: Can be located anywhere on the SOC

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I/O - High performance interconnects, programmable DDR/QDR, Over Voltage Tolerant buffers

Densest Integration
50+ Protocols
High Linearity
I/O
  • Silicon-proven IP in high-volume production
  • Available at leading fabs & foundries
  • Fully supported by a credible company
  • Customizable to client's needs
Datasheets:
MEMORY - Customizable TCAMs and SRAMs
Cycle Selectable Operation
30M Transistor
1GHz TCAM
Memory
  • Scalable Full-Featured TCAM
    • 4x performance leap
  • Multi-port Memories
    • Improves density and system performance
  • Single and Dual Port SRAM
    • High speed cache exceeding compiler performance

Datasheets:

SENSORS - Fully Integrated PVT Sensors
Fully Integrated
190nJ/Measurement
Sensors
0.04mm2
  • Measures localized PVT
    • Detects voltage spikes during security hacks
  • Fully integrated on-die
    • Empowers SW load balancing for energy efficiency
  • Lowest power
  • Smallest PVT core area
Datasheets
About Analog Bits
Founded in 1995, Analog Bits, Inc. is the leading supplier of mixed-signal IP with a reputation for easy and reliable integration into advanced SOCs. Our products include precision clocking macros such as PLLs & DLLs, programmable interconnect solutions such as multi-protocol SERDES and programmable I/O’s as well as specialized memories such as high-speed SRAMs and TCAMs. With billions of IP cores fabricated in customer silicon, from 0.35- micron to 14-nm processes, Analog Bits has an outstanding heritage of "first-timeworking” with foundries and IDMs.

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