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ESA and UK Space Agency back EnSilica to develop satellite broadband chip

EnSilica to develop satellite communications chip for next generation user terminals   Oxford, UK – 17 February 2023 – EnSilica (AIM:ENSI), a leading ASIC and mixed signal chip maker, has announced a contract to develop a new chip to address the next generation of mass market satellite broadband user terminals. The contract has been awarded […]

EnSilica growth continues with new Bristol ASIC design office

EnSilica has opened a new design centre in Bristol   Extends recruitment drive following period of strong growth Oxford, UK – October 26, 2022 – EnSilica has today opened a new design centre in Bristol. The office, its fourth in the UK, will open with a staff of 14 highly-experienced engineers and a particular focus […]

EnSilica wins a significant industrial ASIC supply contract worth in excess of $30m

EnSilica wins a significant industrial ASIC supply project  Supply project is worth in excess of US$30 million over 7 years OXFORD, United Kingdom – EnSilica (LON: ENSI), a leading chipmaker of mixed signal ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuits), is pleased to announce that it has won a tender for a significant ASIC supply project for a leading […]

London Stock Exchange welcomes EnSilica plc to AIM

EnSilica is a designer and supplier of mixed signal ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuit). ASICs are Integrated Circuits or semiconductor chips developed for a particular use or product rather than for general purpose usage.  ASICs help differentiate products through optimised hardware making products smaller, faster, lower power, improved security, add novel functionality, improving supply chain […]

EnSilica announces sensor interface IC targets wearable medical device markets

The chip, which will be initially available with evaluation boards, has been created to meet the needs of a diverse array of home-use and single-use medical sensors – from oximeters to smart plasters – as well as wearable healthcare sensors and fitness trackers. According to EnSilica, the IC is among the first of its kind […]