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  Date: 25/01/2018

Arteris IP adds 8 new Licensees and 2 new products in 2017

Arteris IP added eight new licensees for Arteris Ncore and FlexNoC Interconnect semiconductor intellectual property (IP) products in 2017, which include Chinese artificial intelligence and machine learning pioneers Cambricon and Intellifusion, IoT security and Trusted Platform Module (TPM) vendor Nationz Technologies, and five more not named by Arteris.

Arteris added nine new licensees annually in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Arteris IP said its bookings reached the highest level in company history in 2017.

Arteris said its IP R&D investments resulted in the delivery of two new interconnect IP products in 2017:

Ncore Cache Coherent Interconnects versions 2.0 and 2.2, with Resilience (ISO 26262 functional safety), innovative configurable cache options, and 0 to 16 cache coherent ports

PIANO 2.2 timing closure assistance with architectural floorplan generation, production floorplan input and editing, enhanced automatic pipeline insertion, and early access cache coherency support

Arteris IP said it also delivered FlexNoC non-coherent Interconnect version 3.5 with increased performance, allowing customers to tape out SoCs with interconnects running at 2 GHz frequency, and higher.

Arteris IP named Ty Garibay as Chief Technical Officer (CTO) and moved into its new corporate headquarters in Campbell, CA, opened a new engineering facility in Austin, and doubled the size of its Paris office.

“Arteris IP bookings reached the highest level in company history in 2017,” said K. Charles Janac, President and CEO of Arteris IP. “Our delivery of interconnect technology for resilient autonomous systems has supported our customers in delivering mission-critical electronics for markets such as automotive ADAS, drones and other autonomous vehicles – among other applications. We are particularly pleased with the adoption of our products by deep learning SoC customers in China.”

 
          
 
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