Learn how Arm and partners can help you get a custom chip from concept to production

June 27, Palaiseau, France, Centre d'intégration Nano-INNOV

Creating your own silicon has so many benefits - enhancing your product, reducing costs, and improving margins, to name a few. Custom silicon isn’t just for traditional silicon companies though - many OEM and product companies are already reaping these benefits. There is an opportunity for many more – coupling existing power-efficient architectures with mixed-signal technologies.

Although some may view this as risky, difficult, or expensive, it typically isn’t, and Arm and its partners are making custom chips more accessible than ever, with access to lower cost, proven technologies and the design support and expertise needed.

At this seminar we will establish the rationale (technically and financially) for designing your own custom device, as well as show you the right path to make that device a reality. You will hear from, and be able to talk to, Arm and some of our ecosystem partners.

We will be highlighting essential, proven and trusted IP from Arm, enabling you to build in some of the key features required in modern SoCs, such as security and connectivity. In addition, we will showcase Arm's newest IP portfolio and demonstrate how Machine Learning is bringing advanced capabilities to many customer projects.

Who should attend:

CTOs, system architects, engineering and product directors, supply chain managers and engineers who are:

  • Already committed to developing their own system-on-chips, either in house or through a third party
  • Or currently developing with Arm-powered off-the-shelf merchant silicon
  • Or considering developing their own system-on-chips


You will Learn:
  • When custom silicon makes sense and the costs involved
  • How to create custom silicon and what help is available - from concept through to tape-out, fulfilment and chip supply
  • About Arm’s latest processor technology, including Machine Learning
  • The system IP available to enhance custom SoCs:
  • Security
  • Wireless connectivity
  • Subsystems to accelerate design cycles
  • How to get started with Arm DesignStart, offering a production license for proven Arm IP for $0 upfront
Meet with, and hear from, Arm ecosystem partners:
  • IDMOS – founded in 2002 in France and PE Engineering in Germany are the two fabless semiconductor companies of the SERMA Group organization.
  • CEA – The French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) is a key player in research, development and innovation
  • Easii-ic - is an ASIC Design House, an Electronic Design Centre and a Service Company in Microelectronic, Electronic and Embedded Software.
  • Bpifrance - Bpifrance is a financial institution serving the collective interest. 
  • IMEC ic-link - explaining the choice and cost of silicon prototyping and manufacturing
  • Core HW – looking at how radio and antenna can be designed and added to your product

EVENT PARTNERS


CoreHW was established in 2013 in Tampere, Finland. We are a fabless semiconductor company developing Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits, Analog, Mixed Signal and Digital, RF Front End and Antennas. 
Imec.IC-link is a division of imec responsible for connecting innovators and entrepreneurs to advanced integrated circuit technologies from the leading international foundries. 
IDMOS founded in 2002 in France and PE Engineering in Germany are the two fabless semiconductor companies of the SERMA Group organization. 
EASii IC is an ASIC Design House, an Electronic Design Centre and a Service Company in Microelectronic, Electronic and Embedded Software.
Bpifrance is a financial institution serving the collective interest. Its purpose is to engage with market segments and support companies facing a capital crunch or lacking support from financial backers.
The French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) is a key player in research, development and innovation
Established by the CEA and Bpifrance, and by the French Ministry of the Economy and Industry, the association JESSICA FRANCE is in charge of the CAP’TRONIC program. This national program aims to help French SME, whatever their activity sector, improve their competitiveness thanks to the setting up of new electronic solutions in their products.

Location

LOCATION

Centre d'intégration Nano-INNOV

8 avenue de la Vauve
91120 PALAISEAU



 

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