Agile Analog joins Intel Foundry Services IP programme

Agile Analog joins Intel Foundry Services IP programme

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By Nick Flaherty

Cambridge startup Agile Analog has joined the Intel Foundry Services (IFS) Accelerator IP Alliance Programme.

This will make its analog IP available to companies in the IFS programme to help drive forward innovation in semiconductor design.  

Members of the IFS Accelerator IP Alliance Program play an important role in the global semiconductor design sector, giving designers access to high-quality IPs and supporting their design requirements while optimising key elements such as performance and power. Agile has the process development kit (PDK) for the Intel 16 process to start generating verified analog and mixed signal IP from its Composa tool.   

“Our IP product portfolio covers areas such as power management, data conversion and always-on-circuitry, which are key considerations for chip designers. We believe our disruptive analog IP technology will be of great interest to the IFS ecosystem,” said said Barry Paterson, CEO at Agile Analog.

“The Programme is well aligned with Agile Analog’s core mission around reducing design barriers, risk and cost, enabling a faster time-to-market for a new generation of devices. Using our Composa methodology, analog circuits can be designed more quickly and to a higher quality. This helps to accelerate innovation in semiconductor design.”


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