CEVA and proteanTecs to enhance the reliability and power of complex SoCs

1 min read

proteanTecs, a specialist in deep data analytics for advanced electronics, and IP licensor CEVA, have announced a partnership to enhance the reliability and power/performance of advanced chips.

The two companies are to combine CEVA’s IP platforms with proteanTecs’ deep data analytics and are already serving mutual customers in mission-critical applications.

Autotalks, a developer of vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communications technologies, has deployed CEVA vector and scalar DSP IP solutions, together with proteanTecs’ predictive system monitoring solutions into their chipsets.

“CEVA and proteanTecs enhance our ability to usher in a new era of road safety and deliver long-term and stable performance,” explained Amos Freund, VP R&D at Autotalks. “With CEVA’s DSPs and proteanTecs in-depth data, we are able to concurrently support DSRC and C-V2X technologies with the needed visibility to assure rigorous reliability with predictive monitoring for our customers.”

“CEVA has built a reputation as a dominant IP platforms licensor in the automotive and wireless communications markets,” said Uzi Baruch, Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) at proteanTecs. “This collaboration will leverage our strengths and deliver innovative solutions that enhance performance, reliability, and security of electronic systems.”

“proteanTecs’ novel technology is able to monitor and extend the lifespan, power profile and performance of CEVA-powered chips,” added Michael Boukaya, Chief Operating Officer (COO) at CEVA. “We see tremendous value in collaborating to support our joint customers, especially in mission- and uptime-critical applications.”

As part of this partnership, proteanTecs will be able to work with CEVA for the development of custom SoC solutions that target the aerospace and defence sectors, where CEVA has extensive experience.