EnSilica Opens Bristol-based Analog and Mixed-Signal IC Design Centre

ensilica-bristolWokingham (UK) — 29th October 2015. EnSilica, a leading independent provider of semiconductor IP and IC design services, has added a regional office and design centre in Bristol to its headquarters in Wokingham and design centre in Bangalore.

“The Bristol office will provide more localised support capabilities for the company’s customers in Bristol and the South West as well as providing a dedicated design centre that will act as a centre of excellence for our analog and mixed-signal IC design services,” said Ian Lankshear, CEO of EnSilica.

EnSilica’s director of analog and mixed-signal design Nick Weiner will head up the Bristol design centre. Nick founded Phyworks (sold to Maxim in 2010) and Xintronix (sold to FTDI in 2013), and joined EnSilica earlier this year.

“Nick has specialist knowledge in products developed for the fibre-optic communications industry, including FTTH transceivers, 10Gbit/s transceivers and signal integrity ICs. His experience will be invaluable in helping our client deliver their projects on-spec, on-time and on-budget.” said Ian Lankshear, CEO of EnSilica.

* Photo: Members of the Bristol design team, including 5th from left CEO Ian Lankshear, 6th from left, director of analog and mixed-signal design Nick Weiner.

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About EnSilica

EnSilica was founded in 2001 and has a strong track record of success in delivering semiconductor IP and providing ASIC/FPGA design services to semiconductor companies and OEMs worldwide. The company is headquartered in the UK and has offices in India and the USA. The company is a specialist in low-power ASIC design and complex FPGA-based embedded systems including hardware and embedded software development. In addition to providing IP and turnkey ASIC/FPGA development, EnSilica also provides point services to companies with in-house ASIC design teams. These services include system engineering, analog and mixed signal design, and advanced verification using UVM, DFT and physical implementation. For further information about EnSilica, visit https://ensilica.com.

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Media contacts:

  • Nick Weiner, Analog and Mixed-signal Director for EnSilica
    Tel: +44 (0) 117 214 0254. Email: nick.weiner@ensilica.com