CMP and Evatronix ink deal for IP access
Evatronix and Circuits Multi Projects (CMP) have agreed a deal that will provide educational users of CMP’s wafer-processing service with access to Evatronix’ semiconductor intellectual property (IP) cores.
The entire Evatronix IP portfolio will be available through CMP, including microcontrollers based on the 8051 architecture, USB 2.0 and 3.0 interfaces and flash-memory controllers.
”Our expectation of this program is to help universities and laboratories bring their innovative ideas to life,” said Wojciech Sakowski, Evatronix president and CEO. “With this very special pricing universities and research labs that will take part in the program will be able to focus on the added value of their designs rather than struggle with time and budget limitations.”
According to CMP, since 1981, more than 1,000 institutions from 66 countries have run 5,200 projects across a total of 600 multi-project wafer runs.