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Mixed-Signal Platform Extends Charging
Mixed-signal platforms such as Silego’s GreenPAK simplify the design of an extended battery charger with minimal external components.
PSDcast - Mike Noonen of Silego on advanced mixed-signal ICs
In this PSDcast Mike Noonen, Silego’s VP Sales and Business Development, talks to Alix Paultre of Power Systems Design about the state of the marketplace in advanced mixed-signal devices. Silego has an intgeresting perspective on the space, as they recently shipped two billion units since the introduction of the pioneering Configurable Mixed-signal IC technology.
Systems on a Chip Rarely Are: Can Configurable Mixed-signal ICs Optimize the Unavoidable Analog and Discretes?
Today’s System on a Chip offer an astounding level of integration. Advanced processes like 28 nm, 16/14 nm and soon 10/4 nm give designers billions of transistors to work with. SoCs can integrate multi-core processors, high speed interfaces, graphics subsystems and embedded memories....
Optimising wearable designs by integrating support circuitry
It is easy to see how a CMIC allows for an easier design process and faster development. It is also easy to see how valuable board space can be saved.
Silego Hit 2 Billion Units Shipped Mark
Since the introduction of the CMIC, Silego has developed five generations of CMIC silicon and design tools. Each generation has added functionality and enhanced the design experience. As a result, over 1300 designs incorporating CMICs by Silego customers have gone into production in almost every end market.
Silego scaling cost-effective agility in mixed-signal
Silego Technology Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.), which has been described as one of best-kept secrets in Silicon Valley, has shipped 1 billion units of its custom configurable mixed-signal ICs (CMICs) in the last two years.
Why programmable analog is like a themed box of Lego
The field programmable analog array (FPAA) when it was first offered to the market about 15 years ago did not seem to capture the imagination the way the field-programmable gate array (FPGA) had done before it.
Silego SLG46533V GreenPAK 5
This latest generation device, including Silego's new I2C block, introduces even more flexibility, functionality, and ease of design to the NVM programmable GPAK family of devices.
Mixed-signal programmable adds I2C interface, expands logic
Silego Technology’s SLG46533V GreenPAK 5 configurable mixed-signal IC gains additional flip-flops, look-up tables, I2C, and improved counter/timer blocks. Dynamic (on-the-fly) parameter and configuration changes are assisted by the added interface.
Digital resources added to latest GreenPAK
Silego Technology’s range of configurable mixed-signal ICs is expanding with the addition of the SLG46533V GreenPAK 5.