Custom Chip Solutions – Design Methodology
Our design methodology is built with the ultimate goal to maximize customer value by providing professional support in key areas required to build a successful product. Product success in our definition is more than just the sole capabilities. But it includes price, power consumption, and size. And nevertheless, the required supply chain to deliver to end customers. Our services provide solutions to our customers in these areas.
The Design Audit Service is the first step in our customer engagement process. In this step, the existing or new electronic product design documents are reviewed. Based on various criteria, e.g. functionality, PCB size, power consumption, price, availability, etc., we research the potential design options and optimization possibilities. The customer receives a comprehensive study with a recommended option.
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The Purchase Consulting Service helps customers to identify the key suppliers needed to realize the product. We support our partners in sourcing individual components, managing obsolescence issues, and finding replacements. We help from the first discussion through negotiating contracts and supply terms and finally to sign the deal.
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FPGAs provide a great way to combine complex functionality with flexibility in one component. Our FPGA Implementation Service gives customers the freedom to use these parts in their design without the need to build in-house technical know-how.
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Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASIC) mean the ultimate solution to implement cutting edge features with minimized part cost, power consumption, size with the highest level of security. However, project needs and investments have to be evaluated carefully to maximize the benefits of ASICs. Our ASIC Design service provides a turnkey solution for our customers. We work with leading design partners to make things happen starting from requirements definition through functional design and verification, physical design, prototyping, and finally to reach volume production.