eInfochips Joins ARM Approved Design Partner Program
eInfochips® has joined the ARM Approved Design Partner program as a founding member to enable new turnkey System-on-Chip (SoC) designs that drive ARM® processor IP into the latest technologies and products. In order to qualify as an approved ARM design partner, eInfochips underwent stringent design audits and demonstrated proven design capability with ARM IP, specifically ARM Cortex®-M series processors.
eInfochips joined ARM representatives at the ARM booth at the Design Automation Conference (DAC) 2016. ARM also made the first public presentation of the ARM Approved Design Partner program and demonstrate the benefits to customers choosing ARM-based SoCs.
“The ARM Approved Design Partner program gives an assurance that qualifying partners have been through rigorous testing and know how to implement ARM IP in the most effective and efficient way possible,” said Chris Shore, product manager, ARM. “eInfochips and ARM have worked closely together for a number of years and their commitment as a founding member of this program will assist in raising the quality of ARM-based SoC designs for a broad range of embedded applications.”
eInfochips is one of the few services companies to successfully tape-out multiple silicon designs across multiple process nodes from 90nm up to 16nm. The company offers turnkey design services from RTL design and verification to physical design and DFT sign-offs as well as pre and post-silicon validation and system validation services.
“eInfochips has been working with ARM licensees for more than 3 years and has supported dozens of successful tape-outs, including CPU hardening and System-on-Chip (SoCs). We are excited to partner with ARM, today, so that ARM customers can leverage eInfochips design services expertise to gain critical time to market advantage,” said Sribash Dey, Executive Vice President at eInfochips.