System on a Chip (SoC)
Stand-alone SoC Architectures
Stand-alone SoC Architectures are ICs that integrate complex components within a single chip. They are analogous to the old micro-controllers, except that they have a more complete offering of sub-systems within a single chip. Typical vendors that provide such systems are, Texas Instruments, ST-Ericsson, Intel, NXP, Qualcomm, Broadcom, Marvell and Freescale Semiconductor. NewPACKET Technologies has worked with many stand-alone ARM based SoC’s . Our cross product experience helps us bring the perfect SoC solution to your product requirements.
FPGA based SoC Architectures
Custom and programmable SoC Architectures are powerful ICs that integrate the functionality of a processor core with a programmable fabric. Either in the form of an ASIC, or a FPGA, the programmable fabric provides a very high level of integration of custom logic within the System on a Chip. Typical vendors that provide such systems are, Xilinx, Altera, Micro-Semi, and Cypress Semiconductors. NewPACKET has worked with many Programmable SoC architectures. Our unique background in FPGAs, ASICs, embedded systems, and SoC’s provides the development edge your team needs to get the next SoC product into the market fast.
Advancing the State-of-the-Art
NewPACKET is advancing the state-of-the-art in SoC architectures. Our prior experience in embedded systems and FPGAs gives us a unique advantage to work closely with our customers to assure optimal benefits. NewPACKET's Professional Services group enables our customers to integrate our technological expertise and benefits to their specific requirement.NewPACKET is committed to delivering highly innovative products to the markets and customers it serves. These innovations are used in the design and manufacture of products across a broad spectrum of high technology companies. We are commited to providing state-of-the-art solutions to our customers.
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