PragmatIC releases PDK for new FlexIC Foundry service: Page 2 of 2

November 18, 2019 // By Julien Happich
Initially, PragmatIC created the Flexible IC (FlexIC) Foundry to accelerate the development and launch of its ConnectIC family of flexible plastic RFID chips.

Microelectronics research centre imec has designed RFID FlexICs as part of the PING consortium, winner of the Innovation Product Award at the European Forum for Electronics Components and Systems (EFECS), and will now leverage the FlexIC Foundry to transfer a range of other flexible plastic circuit designs into volume manufacturability.

Productivity Engineering GmbH (part of Serma Technologies Group) is now extending its successful ASIC design service to include ultra-low-cost flexible ASICs. The company developed its own proprietary analog and digital IP cells and libraries to design flexible integrated circuits for the IoT and Industrial market.

Talkin’ Things, in addition to offering tags based on the ConnectIC family, is also designing their own RFID FlexICs with proprietary functionality.

    “We are very pleased to work closely with these distinguished companies during the development of our FlexIC Foundry,” said Scott White, CEO of PragmatIC. “We see this as being key to putting our novel technology in the hands of designers all around the world to create more pioneering products and advance them rapidly from concept to reality.”

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