Kelowna, British Columbia—- April 18th, 2022 – SiliconIntervention today announced that its Founder and Chief Scientist, Martin Mallinson, will present details of its groundbreaking approach to advanced analog and mixed signal semiconductor design at the upcoming Design and Reuse Conference.
“We thank the D&R organization for the opportunity to join our colleagues in the semiconductor IP industry on April 26th and 27th at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View Ca.,” commented Allan Cox, CEO.
“SiliconIntervention is answering the “Call for Action” from the semiconductor industry to help solve the problem of inefficient signal to information extraction of edge-based sensing systems. The foundation elements we have put in place are the result of more than twenty years of experience, including an extensive IP portfolio and an agile development and EDA flow. In addition, we have applied a unique lateral thinking approach to solve this problem, which the SIA has highlighted in its recently published Decadal Plan. This enables us to solve the problem in a different way and results in a “New Analog,”” said Martin Mallinson
SiliconIntervention is a design services and IP licensing company specializing in analog and mixed signal circuit design and implementation. The company was formed in 2019 in Kelowna, BC, as the result of pioneering research and development work of its founder, Martin Mallinson. Focused on solving the problem of the analog to information processing bottleneck at low power, the company is leading the way in new approaches to sensor domain signal processing.
The company has an extensive IP portfolio of over 40 patents and a team with a wealth of experience in the industry over the last 30 years including TV, audio, aerospace, consumer, computing, and industrial applications.
The company welcomes inquiries and opportunities to meet new challenges from attendees at the IP-SOC 2022 event.
For more information, details of the New Analog can be seen at www.siliconintervention.com