Showcasing expertise in mixed signal ASIC design and supply
On November 15 to 18 2022, Swindon Silicon Systems will be exhibiting at electronica 2022. A world-leading trade fair for all areas of the electronics industry, the show will be held at the Trade Fair Center Messe München in Munich, Germany and visitors can head to at stand C3.439 to learn more about Swindon’s expertise in mixed signal ASIC design and supply.
The show is one of the largest global gatherings of professionals in the electronics industry, welcoming over 3,000 exhibitors from 50 countries. At electronica, Swindon will demonstrate its expertise in the design, production test and supply of mixed signal Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs), integrated Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) sensors, System on Chip (SoC) and System in Package (SiP) technology.
Why choose an ASIC?
There are many benefits to using an ASIC. Opting for a custom integrated circuit (IC) means the customer can benefit from more complexity in a single package. In addition to the unique functionality of a custom solution, an ASIC will reduce a user’s bill of materials (BoM) while protecting the originator’s intellectual property (IP).
Furthermore, working with an ASIC expert with the right know-how can accelerate time-to-market through use of IP libraries and production proven circuits. Thanks to the availability of IP custom, an ASIC no longer means a hand-crafted design and this can greatly reduce the development time to accelerate time-to-market.
Obsolescence is a nuisance for every purchasing department, but it is a potential issue that can be solved by using an ASIC. For customers wanting to guarantee component supply for the lifetime for their product, the ASIC route is far more capable of this rather than using standard components.
Sensors for a smarter world
“All areas of industry can benefit from ASIC-driven smart sensors,”, said Richard Mount, Director of Sales at Swindon. “Whether that’s optimised sensors implemented to monitor energy use in a smart factory, or the sensors driving the smart city movement.
“Of course, supporting with sustainability credentials is not the only application where smart sensors come to the fore,” continued Mount. “Any application that demands a feature-rich, single-chip device that can interface with real-world sensing can benefit from an ASIC. We’re exhibiting at electronica this year to demonstrate how ASIC technology can be beneficial and accessible to many applications, delivering a competitive advantage to help manufacturers compete in the Industry 4.0 era.”
Swindon Silicon Systems’ experts will be at stand C3.439 from November 15 to 18, 2022. If you’re attending the show and would like to learn more about how mixed signal ASICs can revolutionize your application, please visit the stand or get in touch via the website.