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EnSilica opens design centre for analogue, mixed-signal ICs

Posted: 04 Nov 2015     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:EnSilica  analogue  mixed-signal IC  design centre 

EnSilica, an independent provider of semiconductor IP, custom ICs and design services, has set up a regional office and design centre in Bristol (U.K.) to complement its headquarters facility in Wokingham (U.K.), and verification centre of excellence and design centre in Bangalore (India).

The Bristol office will provide more localised support capabilities for the company's customers in the area and, additionally, house a centralised design centre that will act as a centre of excellence for analogue and mixed-signal IC design, stated the company.

EnSilica Bristol office team

From left to right, Ben Willcocks, Richard Hamer, Babil Chirakkadavath, Prasanna Kalgika, Ian Lankshear (CEO), Nick Weiner, Ahmer Iqbal and Andy Maund, director of SoC engineering

The Bristol office and design centre will be headed by Nick Weiner, EnSilica's director of analogue and mixed-signal design who joined the company earlier in 2015. Well known within the industry as a founder of Phyworks (sold to Maxim in 2010) and Xintronix (sold to FTDI in 2013), Nick has many years of experience in analogue and mixed-signal IC design management and business development. Nick has specialist knowledge in products developed for the fibre-optic communications, including industry-leading FTTH transceivers, 10Gb/s transceivers and signal integrity ICs. He will lead the company's team of Bristol-based design engineers and project support staff.

- Julien Happich
  EE Times Europe





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