SureCore unveils low power design service

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sureCore, the low power SRAM IP specialist, has announced that it has opened a new Low Power Design Service that offers its concept-to-tape-out low power mixed-signal design expertise to ASIC developers.

sureCore’s Design Service targets the pervasive system-centric Low power design challenge through a comprehensive suite of low-power mixed signal services, including design and layout capabilities, technology porting, as well as low voltage verification and characterization. These services span bulk nodes from 55nm to leading-edge advanced nodes.

“One of the trends driving the re-birth of ASICs is that off-the-shelf devices do not deliver system-level differentiated functionality. We’re seeing this to be particularly true for low-power ASIC design, particularly those that involve mixed-signal functionality,” said Paul Wells, sureCore CEO.

“We’ve solved these challenges in the past and are now offering the same design capability that delivered market-leading, custom, low power SRAM solutions in advanced FinFET processes. Many of these successes targeted demanding networking and imaging application,” he explained

sureCore’s design capabilities cover a wide range of the most commonly used circuit blocks including ADCs, DACs, Amplifiers, Regulators, LDOs, Phase-Lock Loops, Crystal and RC Oscillators, Bandgaps, Comparators, Programmable Current Mirrors, POR and Brown-Out.

Process porting and custom layout services are offered across a wide expanse foundries and process nodes with silicon-proven experience including Bulk, FDSOI and FinFET nodes.