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, a leading provider of analog and digital semiconductor design services, today announced that as a member of SAFE™ (Samsung Advanced Foundry Ecosystem), the company has joined Samsung Foundry's Design Solution Partner (DSP) program.
The collaboration between Samsung Foundry and Eximius offers customers access to a strong design service provider with expertise and resources to execute complex SoC (system on a chip) design projects, as well as Samsung Foundry's advanced process technologies.
“We are honored to be a part of SAFE,” said Jay Avula, CEO of Eximius Design. “As a leading ASIC design services company, we will strongly support Samsung Foundry and its global ASIC customer base to develop innovative solutions in emerging market segments. In addition, our partnership enables us to access leading-edge technology that covers advanced process nodes, a broad spectrum of high-speed and mixed-signal IP, as well as advanced packaging technologies.”
“We are pleased to have Eximius joining our DSP program as a North American SAFE partner,” said Ryan Lee, vice president of foundry marketing at Samsung Electronics. “We believe this collaboration will provide our customers an easy and fast access to the competitive design solution that is tailored to fit our foundry process technologies."
Eximius Design will be presenting at this year’s Samsung Foundry Forum in Santa Clara on May 14. The forum brings together Samsung Foundry and industry experts to share the latest innovations in process and packaging technology, IP and design solutions, and design services.
About Eximius Design
Founded in 2013 and headquartered in Silicon Valley, Eximius Design is the preferred engineering design partner to the world’s leading semiconductor, IoT, consumer electronics, data center and automotive companies. Started by a unique team of engineers with proven product development experience, the company now has more than 900 engineers in the U.S., India, Singapore and Malaysia. To learn more, go to www.eximiusdesign.com.