Arteris: The Network-on-Chip Interconnect IP Company

Using Arteris interconnect fabric IP reduces time-to-market and lowers costs for semiconductor design teams.

Leading companies like Samsung, Altera, Freescale, and Spreadtrum depend on Arteris FlexNoC Network on Chip (NoC) interconnect fabric IP to reliably ship better chips, sooner.

Arteris users benefit from:

  • Shorter schedules; faster time to market
  • Smaller die size; lower product cost
  • Less power consumption; longer battery life
  • Easier derivative chip creation; more chips, faster
  • Protocol flexiblity; whether using AXI, OCP, AHB or proprietary

Arteris invented SoC Network on Chip technology, offering the world’s first commercial solution in 2006. Arteris connects the IP blocks in semiconductors from Qualcomm, Samsung, Altera, TI, and others, representing over 50 System on Chip devices. Find out more about Arteris products.

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Awards & Honors

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Arteris is in the Inc 500.

Arteris has been listed twice on the Inc. 500 list of America's fastest growing private companies, posting 3-year sales growth of over 1,002%.

Samsung licenses Arteris FlexNoC Network on Chip (NoC) IP

Arteris and Arteris President and CEO K. Charles Janac were one of five finalists for the Innovator of the Year ACE Award for 2012.

Spredtrum uses Arteris FlexNoC Network on Chip (NoC) IP

Deloitte ranked Arteris 144th in its 2013 list of the fastest growing technology companies in North America.

Spredtrum uses Arteris FlexNoC Network on Chip (NoC) IP

The World Economic Forum presented a case study about Arteris at the 2014 Annual Meeting in Davos. The Forum previously selected Arteris as a Technolgy Pioneer in 2008.

Spredtrum uses Arteris FlexNoC Network on Chip (NoC) IP

The Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal ranked the company as the 4th fastest growing private company on its on its 2012 Fast Private list.

Spredtrum uses Arteris FlexNoC Network on Chip (NoC) IP

MIT Technology Review selected Arteris as one of 10 private companies to watch in 2010 because of the benefits Arteris technology brings to SoC makers.