eSilicon have a new website. Companies update their websites regularly, so why is this news? Well, eSilicon increasingly does their business on the web. They are not like Facebook, say, where their business is entirely web-based, there is a physical business behind them. So they are more like Lyft for chips. Obviously Lyft requires… Read More
eSilicon is a fabless chip company that is credited with starting the fabless ASIC movement. You can read more about them in the ASIC chapter of SemiWiki’s new book on the fabless semiconductor industry. But why would a fabless ASIC company come to DAC?
At one level, eSilicon starts where EDA technology ends – taking a taped out chip… Read More
On April 18, 2014 in Monterey California there will be a series of discussions on the challenges of IP reuse. These discussions are part of the 2014 Electronic Design Process Symposium (EDPS). Representatives from IP, ASIC, foundry and EDA will weigh in the challenges and issues. Here is a preview of one of the presentations from… Read More