Dolphin Integration provides worldwide Fabless semiconductor suppliers with State-of-the-Art Virtual Components of IP, which they integrate into their innovative Systems-on-Chip. This offering is backed by advanced EDA solutions also promoted for multi-level electronic simulation and power consumption assessment.
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Code Time Technologies is a privately held company established with the single minded goal of designing, developing and distributing the next generation of real-time kernel, and innovative middleware solutions. Building on decades of experience in telecommunications, wireless and defense, and unencumbered by legacy restrictions, the result is a clean, easy to understand kernel, with a focus on performance and reliability.
The kernel is available on platforms ranging from basic 8-bit processors all the way to symmetric multicore configurations, and maintains MISRA-C:2004 and CMSIS-RTOS compliance.
CSEM, the Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology, Inc., is a privately held research and development company active in: Applied Research, Product Development, Prototype and Low-volume Production and Technology Consulting.
Its main fields of activity are micro- and nanotechnologies, microelectronics, systems engineering, microrobotics, photonics, information and communication technologies.
The first generation of the SESAME library has benefited from the developments made by the CSEM since 98 for the ultra-low-power demanding watch industry.
The concept of Reduced Standard Cell Library has then been enriched with the second and third generation of SESAME for even better performances in low power and high density.
Design and Reuse
Design And Reuse (D&R) was founded in 1997 to promote the Intellectual Property (IP) concept in Electronic Systems and became the worldwide leader as a B2B IP web portal (www.design-reuse.com) connecting 37.000 users offering and searching for IPs. An unique database collects information about 7000 IPs dedicated to SoC design and its access is shared by worldwide platform in U.S and Asia such as GSA in the US, Kipex in Korea, CSIP and SSipex in China, Electronics Express in Japan, etc...
Dynamic-ULP - HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE MULTIPROCESSOR FOR ULTRA LOW POWER MOBILE DEVICES (CATRENE)
The main goal of the DYNAMIC-ULP project is to develop advanced process modules, and validate a design platform (design kit, models, libraries) for reliable and
manufacturable digital CMOS 22nm and 20nm technologies on 300mm wafers in the European manufacturing facilities of Crolles for STMicroelectronics.
This project is related to the grand challenge 7.3.2 "Competitiveness through Semiconductor Process Differentiation" of the VMS document edited by CATRENE, and supports the European effort towards a leading position in electronic industry by enabling design and production of 22/20 nm CMOS technologies in Europe.
LISA: ULTRA-LOW POWER IC FOR SECURE RF APPLICATIONS
Ultra-low power circuit for secure RF applications
LISA project proposes a new RF module and antenna for contact-less smart-card market destined to banking sector, transport, identity, or the emerging market for smart devices (IoT).
This solution is compatible with existing infrastructure, without loss of performance and without external power supply ; it aims to divide by 10 the energy requirement of the card for the same performances.
Dolphin Integration role: Development of an ultra low voltage standard cells library including some specific asynchronous cells.
The SPICA project targets an innovative solution regarding verification, safety and security for critical systems. The goal is to develop methods and tools for the automatic instrumentation of critical systems on chip with components dedicated to the verification of correctness and security requirements and to the detection of system failures and malicious attacks. The originality of the approach lies in the fact that variants of similar concepts will be used for the three main design activities: system-level design, development of the embedded software, and of specialized hardware blocks.
New technology consortium set to change relationship between patients and doctors through innovative tele-health care solutions. EU, researchers, and industry leaders seek to deliver unobtrusive wireless battery powered ECG monitoring solution for ambulatory use with the ability to analyze the ECG waveform and detect abnormal events in real time. IcyHeart is a European project co-funded by the Research Executive Agency under Grant Agreement number 286130, comprising leading technology researchers and SME's from across 5 European countries.
The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme managed by REA-Research Executive Agency http://ec.europa.eu/research/rea (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° «286130».