IC’Alps opens ASIC design centre in Toulouse

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IC’Alps, a French provider of ASIC design and supply services, has announced the creation of a new design centre in Toulouse (France) with a team of over 30 engineers with skills in analogue and mixed-signal integrated circuits particularly for the automotive sector.

This is the company’s second design centre and marks an important step towards becoming a leading ASIC Design House in EMEA and a major player in the automotive sector for led drivers, power management, and other high-voltage requirements.

IC’Alps integrates key skills in major steps of ASIC development: specification, design, verification, characterization, industrial test and design-in support. The team at the new facility will also bring an automotive functional expertise, with a dedicated development cycle and relevant safety frameworks (ASIL A to D, IATF16949-ready).

According to IC’Alps, its engineer team will also be involved in HealthTech projects, among others, working within the French industrial group DOLIAM, the parent company of IC’Alps.

“The team in our new development centre in Toulouse shares a DNA in line with the spirit developed over the past 5 years within IC'Alps, that is a determination to get involved in the service of our customers' innovative applications, and a motivation to become a major player in Europe on demanding markets, notably for the medical, aeronautic and for the increasing automotive sectors.

“Deeply involved in Grenoble's Silicon Valley, our location in Toulouse positions us in the heart of the Occitanie region and its dynamic industrial ecosystem, as well as close to numerous schools and universities training the young talents who will join our teams,” said Jean-Luc Triouleyre, CEO of IC’Alps.