Many different companies are seeing the benefits of developing a custom chip. Sensor companies are making their sensors smart to increase their margins and stickiness. Electronics manufacturers are integrating a range of discrete components along with a CPU into a chip, to create smaller, more reliable, lower-cost products. With simplified access to EDA tooling, IP and services, custom chips are now within easy reach of most companies.
Last week we ran two webinars on “Are you maximizing your product design? See how a custom ASIC can help?”, with presenters Ian Dennison (Senior group director at Cadence) and Phil Burr (Senior product manager at Arm). Ian and Phil gave an expert presentation on the benefits of custom chips, the routes to creating your own chip, and the tools and services available to make custom chip development easier with lower risk.
If you’re a product manufacturer, sensor or mixed-signal company, or start-up – looking to differentiate your product, reduce component costs, or increase your functionality with a custom SoC – don’t miss out on this webinar! (For more info on the IP and design services mentioned in the presentation, see Arm DesignStart and Cadence Hosted Design Solutions.)
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If you are interested in this webinar, you may also enjoy our next webinar on Wednesday, 12 July, titled “Enhance your product with industry-leading processors - for no upfront license fee.” Learn what makes Arm DesignStart the fastest, simplest, lowest-risk route to custom silicon – and how you can get started on proven Arm IP.
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