Analog Bits opens Czech design centre in 2nm move

Analog Bits opens Czech design centre in 2nm move

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By Nick Flaherty

Analog Bits has opened a design centre in Prague for 2nm mixed signal IP.

“Analog Bits has excelled in developing industry leading IP for our customers with best-in-class performance and power,” said Mahesh Tirupattur, Executive Vice President at Analog Bits. “To do this, we have always hired talented Engineers who want to impact the world. We are excited to expand our capabilities that have been built over the last three decades to the enthusiastic, intelligent and passionate team in Prague. This milestone of expansion is strategic for our future growth and commitments to our customers.”

“We are now developing the first circuits for two nanometre [designs],” said Michal Marčišovský, director of the Prague design centre which aims to host up to 24 engineers.

“However, we are slowly encountering the physical limits of transistors and other components due to their small dimensions. One of the tasks of the Prague centre will be research and development of technologies that will enable the company to maintain and expand its analog know-how in the future,” said Marčišovský.

The engineering group originally worked in an academic environment, where they designed radiation-resistant chips for experiments in particle physics and for applications in space.

“However, complex financing, a lack of quality projects and an excess of bureaucracy convinced us to move into the commercial sphere,” said Marčišovský.

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