Build an ultra low power SoC thanks to implementation-ready solutions from Dolphin Integration

Grenoble, France – August 21, 2015 - Relying on 30 years of experience in SoC design, Dolphin Integration has develops all the IP contributors for an ultra-low-power SoC, in  partnership with TSMC, particularly relevant for IoT applications.

Extreme reduction of power consumption of a whole SoC requires a power domain architecture, a truly complex task for SoC integrators. To reach this objective, more than usual semiconductor IPs is necessary to enable the performance needed for SoC differentiation on competitive markets.

In order to help fabless suppliers reach extreme optimization and win market share, the Dolphin way is to fill in the missing elements of know-how and components of IP.

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The missing elements contributed by Dolphin Integration:

Contact  Email Contact for further information on such IP contributions: components, EDA solution and know how, to increase the low power value of your projects.




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