Press Release

Sankalp Semiconductor to Exhibit at Design Automation Conference – 2018

To Demonstrate Automated Analog Validation Services Platform - SAVE

Sunnyvale, CA –5th June, 2018 - Sankalp Semiconductor, a design service company offering comprehensive digital & mixed signal SoC services and solutions, will be exhibiting at DAC from 25-27th June in Moscone, San Francisco. Sankalp offers services and solutions to its customers in key semiconductor domains including digital, analog, mixed signal, custom layout, standard cell development, IO, memory, IP migration services and PDK development. Sankalp Semiconductor provides services and solutions to develop Application Specific SoC (ASoCs) for variety of applications.

Sankalp Semiconductor at the booth will also be showcasing Sankalp Automatic Validation Environment (SAVE). Sankalp Automatic Validation Environment allows in testing and validating various Analog Design. SAVE is an automated validation platform for comprehensive testing allowing huge savings on the testing time.

When: 25-27th June from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Location: Moscone, San Francisco, CA
Booth#: 2457

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About Sankalp Semiconductor

Sankalp Semiconductor offers an integrated portfolio of services and solutions to its customers in key semiconductor domains including digital, analog, high-speed physical interface IP, Embedded Memory Compiler and EDA modelling. Sankalp Semiconductor is a preferred semiconductor design service partners to multiple Fortune 500 companies in the Automotive, Consumer Electronics, Industrial IoT and Medical electronics space. The company enables its customers achieve their time-to-market window by delivering first pass silicon designs and engage with product engineering teams across the globe to design System-on-Chip. Sankalp Semiconductor is based in Sunnyvale, California, with offices in USA, India, Canada, Germany and Malaysia.
Contact Information: Eklovya Sharma
Sankalp Semiconductor