Analog IP for 5nm automotive designs

Analog IP for 5nm automotive designs

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By Nick Flaherty

Analog Bits is demonstrating Automotive Grade silicon data for IP in TSMC’s N5A 5nm process as well as a new high accuracy temperature sensor.

The IP is part of the Analog Bits mixed signal IP in TSMC’s 3nm, 4nm, and 5nm processes, and design kits are available now.

“As we work with leading edge automotive customers on advanced FinFet processes, thermal issues continue to be a concern and need for multiple instances of sensors continues. Furthermore, many applications cannot have additional test costs associated with trimming for higher accuracy” said Mahesh Tirupattur, Executive Vice President at Analog Bits.

“We have been working on designs for improving un-trimmed accuracy in FinFets and reducing the area of the Sensors and we are pleased to demonstrate working silicon of these higher accuracy Sensors on N5A process.”

Analog Bits also recently joined the Intel Foundry Service (IFS) to develop power optimized Multi-protocol SERDES up to PCIe Gen 5 data rates on the 3nm Intel 3 process.

“As part of our IDM 2.0 strategy, IFS is partnering with leading IP companies like Analog Bits to create a robust chip design ecosystem that will help our mutual customers deliver leading-edge silicon performance for the most demanding applications,” said Suk Lee, Vice President of Design Ecosystem Technology at IFS.

“Our advanced processes & packaging technologies and resilient supply chain, combined with Analog Bits PCIe SERDES IP, will pave the way for chip designers to improve their SoC power envelope and lower overall cost.”

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