Selected DesignWare USB IP due to its extensive silicon success, quality, and ease of integration effort.
Inuitive had a small engineering team focused on the areas that differentiated their NU3000 processor, and selected Synopsys DesignWare USB 3.0, DDR, and MIPI IP after evaluating multiple vendors ...
DesignWare IP helped iVivity achieve their chip goals including reducing power by 40%, while doubling the chip performance and lowering the silicon cost compared to previous generations of chips.
Low power was a key differentiator for KeyEye and Synopsys provided a XAUI PHY that was lower in power compared to other competitive solutions.
After looking at all the key factors including industry leadership, IP quality, features and support, Synopsys was the clear choice.
For their AI-enabled MFP, Kyocera selected Synopsys DesignWare® ARC EV Processor IP and ARC
KYOCERA selected DesignWare Ethernet, USB 2.0, PCIe, and AMBA IP to accelerate time-t-market by up to a year.
After evaluating several IP vendors, Lantiq chose the DesignWare Controller IP for PCI Express 2.0 based on the performance and feature set.
Leadcore chose Synopsys’ MIPI IP because it offered a complete solution, including controllers and PHYs, and it was silicon-proven in their required process technology.
Marvell chose Synopsys’ STAR Memory System due to its MMB processor and Yield Accelerator.