MSIP cores are memory design blocks that are used by semiconductor and systems companies in the design of complex integrated circuits and systems-on-a-chip (SOC) found in various applications such as flat panel displays, set-top boxes, wireless networks, PDAs, mobile phones, multi-function machines, radio-frequency identification (RFID), and satellite radios. Sidenses proprietary split-channel antifuse technology enables the design and development of one-time programmable (OTP) or multi-time-programmable (MTP) memory blocks which are reliable, low cost, scalable and secure alternatives to discrete flash, MASK ROM and embedded flash memory.
The semiconductor industry is driven by a constant need to reduce size and cost and Sidense has found a way to significantly increase memory density at a lower cost point than its competitors, said Andrew Abouchar, Partner, Tech Capital Partners. When you consider the area of an SOC consumed by memory, the disruptive nature of Sidenses technology becomes clear.
With almost no marketing effort, Sidense has generated strong interest in its products and has already delivered product in 130 and 90nm technologies to a number of customers, said Xerxes Wania, Chief Executive Officer, Sidense. The investment from Tech Capital will help us meet customer demand in other process nodes, including 180 and 65nm and further expand our markets.
Sidense has demonstrated the strength of its value proposition through customer wins, even at this early-stage, said Abouchar.
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