Arteris IP interconnect licensed by Samsung for DTV chipsTuesday, April 23rd, 2019
Arteris IP FlexNoC® Interconnect Licensed by Samsung’s System LSI Business for Digital TV Chips
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CAMPBELL, Calif. — Arteris IP, the world’s leading supplier of innovative, silicon-proven network-on-chip (NoC) interconnect semiconductor intellectual property, today announced that Samsung’s System LSI Business has renewed multiple Arteris IP FlexNoC Interconnect licenses for use in multiple high-performance digital TV (DTV) processing chips utilizing Samsung’s latest semiconductor technology process nodes.
Samsung first licensed FlexNoC interconnect IP in 2010. Since then, Samsung has used Arteris interconnect IP to enable complex SoC architectures in chips like the Exynos mobile processors and other electronic systems.
“Over many years, FlexNoC interconnect IP has helped us accelerate implementation of our digital TV chip designs on our latest semiconductor process nodes,” said Mr. Jaeyoul Lee, Vice President, at Samsung Electronics. “This core interconnect technology is required to develop complex and highly optimized chips in a predictable, low-risk fashion.”
“We are proud to help Samsung accelerate the deployment of digital TV SoCs designs using their latest technology process nodes,” said K. Charles Janac, President and CEO of Arteris IP. “Samsung’s adoption of Arteris FlexNoC interconnect IP is proof of our technology’s critical role in allowing design teams to create highly optimized chips with lower cost and predictable schedule risk.”
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