IP startup launches with ‘new analog’ approach

IP startup launches with ‘new analog’ approach

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By Peter Clarke

Startup SiliconIntervention Inc. (Kelowna, BC, Canada) has launched with claims of a novel approach to designing analog and mixed-signal circuits.

It offers a portfolio of analog and mixed signal intellectual property for license and design services aimed at sensor information processing applications. The company was founded in March 2019 by Martin Mallinson, who serves the company as chief scientist.

Mallinson said the design team at SiliconIntervention has a lateral-thinking approach to circuit design that results in a “new analog.” Focussed on solving the problem of the analog to information processing bottleneck at low power, the company said its technology is particularly relevant to sensor-domain signal processing.

Neural circuits

Some of the circuits that SiliconIntervention has applied its approach to include a ‘neural ADC’, an analog Fast Fourier Transform computer and other neuromorphic processing circuits.

Further details of the companies methodology are laid it in case studies on the company’s website

The company said it has an IP portfolio of more than 40 patents and a team with a wealth of experience acquired over the last 30 years in TV, audio, aerospace, consumer, computing and industrial applications.

Mallinson received a degree in physics from Oxford University in 1977 and spent eight years designing circuits for Ferranti in Manchester before moving to the east coast of the US with Analog Devices Inc.

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