The silicon Intellectual Property (IP) provider, Evatronix SA and CMP (Circuits Multi Projects®), announced their collaboration and development of an educational program by including the distribution of the large portfolio of Evatronix Intellectual Property (IP) for Universities and Research Laboratories. CMP is a service of Multi Projects on Wafer supporting several technologies. Since 1981, more than 1000 institutions from 66 countries have been served through 5200 projects on 600 Runs. CMP will now license Evatronix IPs to ease the access and shorten the time of designs’ development.
Evatronix brings to the partnership more than 13 years of experience in IP development and over 400 successful designs. The entire Evatronix IP portfolio will be available through CMP – 8051 microcontrollers, USB 2.0 and 3.0 as well as SD and NAND Flash memory controllers, multimedia IP and a variety of complementary solutions.
This agreement allows Universities and Research Laboratories to access IP cores easily; it targets the universities’ requirements and budget constraints.
According to CMP, this offer opens up new opportunities for the University Educational program and adds new features to its actual IC’s manufacturing service. Evatronix IPs will be available in several technology processes supported by CMP, listed in cmp.imag.fr/products/ic
“Our expectation of this program is to help universities and laboratories bring their innovative ideas to life,” said Wojciech Sakowski, Evatronix President and CEO. “With this very special pricing universities and research labs that will take part in the program will be able to focus on the added value of their designs rather than struggle with time and budget limitations.”
Evatronix SA, founded in 1991 in Poland, develops electronic virtual components (IP cores) along with complementary software and supporting development environments. The company also provides electronic design services. Product lines cover a multitude of solutions from interface controllers and microprocessors to integrated System-on-Chip development platforms. Evatronix is headquartered in Bielsko-Biala, Poland, and employs over 75 engineers.
CMP is a broker in ICs and MEMS for prototyping and low volume production. Circuits are fabricated for Universities, Research Laboratories and Industrial Companies. Advanced industrial technologies are available in CMOS, BiCmos, SiGe BiCMOS, P-HEMT E/D GaAs and MEMS etc. CMP distributes and supports several CAD software tools for both Industrial Companies and Universities. Since 1981, more than 1000 institutions from 66 countries have been served, more than 5200 projects have been prototyped through 600 runs, and 56 different technologies have been interfaced.