Grenoble, France – June 2, 2015 – InfiniScale announced today that Mobile Semiconductor, a leading provider of Ultra-Low-Power Embedded Memory Compilers for the Internet of Thing (IoT) market, has selected ICLys TM as their solution for process variability analysis and reliability qualifications on advanced process technology nodes down to 14nm.
ICLysTM is a major technology breakthrough able to analyze the impact of advanced process variability on memory designs and more generally on transistor level designs. ICLys provides a unique Fast Monte Carlo simulation that speeds up Brute Monte Carlo (MC) analysis up to 30X+ while guaranteeing an equivalent accuracy. Its robust High-sigma analysis provides very fast and highly accurate yield estimation or allows to quickly identifying sample fails or design weaknesses during the bit-cell or memory design sign-off. The capability of ICLysTM to manage a huge number of parameters facilitates the analysis of both global and local device variations with environment parameters such as supply voltages or temperature.
“The capabilities of ICLys TM allow Mobile Semiconductor to provide memory designs qualified for low voltage. These memories are used to create low power products for mobile computing, low power networks such as Blue Tooth Low Energy (BLE), and Internet of Things (IoT) applications at advanced process node “ said Cameron Fisher CEO.
“We are very pleased with Mobile Semiconductor’s commitment to ICLysTM. Mobile Semiconductor offers high-yield, ultra-low-power SRAM and ROM compilers that operate at voltages down to 0.65v. This is an important step for us.” said Firas Mohamed founder and CEO of InfiniScale. “Adopting our solution for advanced process variability management by Mobile semiconductor, we confirm our leadership in low voltage memory yield analysis”.
ICLysTM offers a non-intrusive EDA tools for customer’s design flows, using designer’s own Golden transistor-level simulators and loading directly the process design kit and Spice-like Netlist without any changes. A very simple user interface allows an intuitive usage of the tool for an immediate benefit on design productivity, reliability and robustness.
About Mobile Semiconductor
Mobile Semiconductor, founded in 2006, develops low voltage, ultra-low-power SRAM and ROM compilers using standard foundry bitcells. Highly optimized compilers are offered for multiple foundries as well as application-specific compilers for end-user customers.
About Infiniscale SA
Infiniscale is a leading provider of innovative software solutions that address Memory, Standard Cells, Analog & RF and IO process variability challenges and parametric yield optimization at advanced technologies. Founded in 2005, the privately held company is headquartered in Grenoble, France, and has sales offices and representation in Europe, US and Asia. Please, visit Infiniscale online at www.infiniscale.com.