Wokingham, UK – 25 October 2016. EnSilica opens specialist Design Centre for RF and low power sensing applications based near Oxford. The new facility is headed by Alan Wong, formerly IC Design Director at Frontier Microsystems and extends skill base for wireless connected IoT and wearable products.
Wokingham, UK – 17 August 2016. EnSilica to provide BaySand’s customers with configurable eSi-RISC processor cores, eSi-Connect processor peripherals, eSi-Crypto encryption and eSi-Comms communications IP solutions as well hardware accelerators.
Meet EnSilica at DAC 2016, Austin TX, 6-9 June stand 1742 where we will be demonstrating our latest eSi-RISC processors, the eSi IoT SoC development board as well as our range of IP solutions and IC physical implementation services.
Wokingham, UK – 6th June 2016. EnSilica, a leading independent provider of semiconductor solutions and IP, and Micrium, the premier real-time operating system (RTOS) provider for embedded systems and the Internet of Things (IoT), have partnered to successfully port Micrium’s µC/OS-III® RTOS to EnSilica’s family of eSi-RISC processor cores.
Wokingham, UK – Monday 9th May 2016. EnSilica, a leading independent provider of semiconductor solutions and IP, has launched the eSi-ECDSA cryptographic IP designed to help meet the high security communication and latency requirements of automotive Car2Car and Car2Infrastructure (Car2x) applications that form part of today’s emerging Intelligent Transport Systems.
Increasing demand and continued growth puts EnSilica on recruitment path for engineers; Makes senior level appointments. Mark Hodgkins is appointed as Executive Chairman and David Doyle as Sales Director. EnSilica plans to recruit in excess of 12 additional engineering staff in the UK and 20 in India to support the continued increasing demand for ASIC and FPGA development
EnSilica are recruiting ! Due to our continuing growth– particularly in the area of mixed-signal ASIC development, we have a number of exciting opportunities at our UK design centres in Wokingham and Bristol.
EnSilica launches Kalman Filter acceleration IP core for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The IP supports both classical and extended Kalman filtering; conforms to process guidelines for ISO26262 functional safety requirements and releases valuable CPU resources from computationally demanding processing tasks.