IP providers further strengthen ability to serve clients’ automotive IP needs on GLOBALFOUNDRIES’ 22FDX platform.
GLOBALFOUNDRIES (GF), Analog Bits and Aragio Solutions (Aragio) announced today at GF’s annual Global Technology Conference (GTC) that they are collaborating to develop a portfolio of I/O libraries on GF’s 22nm FD-SOI (22FDX) platform. The portfolio is designed to maximize energy efficiency and reliability while creating differentiated IP solutions that meet the varying standards of automotive applications. This latest collaboration extends GF’s ecosystem of suppliers for its 22FDX platform, with Synopsys being the first IP partner to announce development of its automotive-grade DesignWare IP on this process.
Analog Bits and Aragio will develop a portfolio of automotive Foundation, Analog and Interface IP for GF’s 22FDX process. The addition of Aragio’s silicon-proven low-leakage libraries and Analog Bits’ programmable interconnect solutions on GF’s 22FDX, is expected to further reduce design effort and accelerate AEC-Q100 qualification of system-on-chips (SoCs) for automotive applications such as advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and infotainment.
“Analog Bits’ industry-leading PLL and sensor technology, in combination with sophisticated circuit techniques and innovative I/O design, provide area- and power-efficient IP solutions that customers can easily integrate into their SoC designs,” said Mahesh Tirupattur, executive vice president at Analog Bits. “Our close collaboration with GF gives us the opportunity to help our mutual customers deliver a unique low-power capability with the best possible PPA for demanding applications such automotive.”
Credit: “Analog Bits and Aragio Solutions team up with GLOBALFOUNDRIES to deliver automotive IP solutions”, Erica McGill, GLOBALFOUNDRIES