Arteris customers

Arteris Customers and Markets

Arteris customers are leaders in a variety of industries where competitive advantage is gained by reducing wire routing congestion, easing timing closure, and quickly creating derivative products by easily adding and removing IP blocks.

Customer Markets

Mobile Phones and Wireless

Video and Imaging




Custom ASIC Services

Consumer Electronics

Customer Profiles


Automotive, Consumer Electronics and NetworkingAltera FlexNoC Arteris Network on Chip
Altera uses Arteris FlexNoC network-on-chip interconnect IP for use in its next-generation SoC products combining hard intellectual property with the flexibility of programmable logic.

Read the press release, "Altera Licenses Arteris FlexNoC Interconnect Fabric IP for System-on-Chip Products."

After a complete evaluation of available interconnect fabric IP products, Arteris FlexNoC was the clear choice. FlexNoC is the only SoC fabric that allows us to meet tight timing margins and achieve design frequency requirements. We are pleased with the increased productivity our design team has experienced using FlexNoC.

– Ty Garibay, Vice President, Silicon Systems Development, Altera

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Mobile Wireless Processors and ChipsetsQualcomm FlexNoC Arteris Network on Chip
Arteris FlexNoC network-on-chip interconnect fabric IP is Qualcomm's corporate-standard on-chip interconnect IP for use in mobile and wireless SoC products.

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Texas Instruments

Mobile Application and Video ProcessorsOMAP 4 DaVinci Netra NoC Arteris
Texas Instruments uses Arteris network-on-chip interconnect technology in its OMAP 4 platform of mobile wireless applications processor products.

Read excerpts of TI’s OMAP 4 Technical Reference Manual to learn how TI uses Arteris NoC IP in its OMAP 4 products to reduce the number of wires, provide scalable quality of service (QoS), and manage multiple protocols including OCP™ and AMBA AXI™.

Read about the OMAP 4 platform's Chip-to-Chip (C2C) low latency interface, its debug and profiling features, and its development boards.

Read the press announcement describing Texas Instruments’ purchase of Arteris products.

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Wireless Application Processors and ModemsSamsung mobile phone NoC Arteris
Samsung uses Arteris FlexNoC network-on-chip interconnect technology in its mobile phone applications processors and modems. It also uses Arteris C2C chip-to-chip interconenct IP to easily connect them and allow them to share a single LPDDR DRAM, shortening development cycles and reducing IP compatibility risks.

Read the Samsung Arteris press announcement, "Arteris Interconnect IP Solution Selected by Samsung for Mobile SoC Deployment."

Read the Arteris C2C press announcement, "C2C™ Interchip Link Connectivity IP Licensed by 10 Leading Processor and Modem Vendors."

The Arteris interconnect IP offers us a convenient solution to handle the high speed communication needed between our SoC and external modem IC. Our customers will benefit from the lower BOM cost and power consumption as a result of this IP. We look forward to Arteris’ interconnect IP helping us shorten development schedules and lower risks associated with compatibility.

– Thomas Kim, Vice President, SoC Platform, Samsung

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Consumer Electronics

Samsung mobile phone NoC Arteris
Toshiba uses Arteris FlexNoC network-on-chip interconnect IP in its consumer electronics SoCs to reduce back-end wire routing congestion and timing closure issues.

Read the Toshiba Arteris press announcement.

Arteris FlexNoC network-on-chip fabric IP will enhance the productivity for our next-generation LSIs. We will be able to turn around design changes faster and increase our designs' performance as a result of using the Arteris FlexNoC IP.

As a result of our thorough evaluation, we know the Arteris FlexNoC interconnect IP will help us shorten development schedules and increase product performance, while simultaneously decreasing costs due to back-end wire routing congestion and timing closure issues.

–Yukihiro Urakawa, Senior Manager, Logic LSI Design Department, Toshiba Corporation

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Digital TV and Consumer Electronics ProcessingLG Digital TV NoC Arteris
LG uses Arteris FlexNoC™ network-on-chip interconnect technology in its digital television video processors to reduce wire routing congestion and ease timing closure.

Read the press announcement, “Arteris FlexNoC™ Network-on-Chip (NoC) Solution Selected by LG Electronics for Multimedia SoC.”

Arteris’ FlexNoC allows us to address back-end design constraints through easy optimization at the front-end architectural level, which is critical in the highly integrated complex SoCs we require.

– Dae-hyeop Ko, Principal Research Engineer, LG Electronics

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Cavium Networks


Cavium uses Arteris FlexNoC
Cavium Networks uses Arteris to ease back-end wire routing congestion and timing closure issues.

Read the Cavium Networks Arteris press announcement.

We are pleased to license Arteris' network on chip interconnect products.

– Farhad Mighani, Senior Director of ASIC Development, Cavium Networks

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NTT Electronics

Graphics and Video ProcessingNTT Electronics NoC Memory Scheduler Arteris
NTT Electronics uses Arteris network-on-chip interconnect IP and advanced memory scheduler in its graphics processors to manage extremely high throughput and easily integrate mulitple IP blocks using many IP communications protocol.

Read the NTT Electronics Arteris press announcement.

We have been very satisfied with the performance and quality of the Arteris NoC technology. We have accelerated our time to market and achieved significant performance advantages compared to other interconnect IP approaches. Based on this successful experience, we are deploying the Arteris NoC on other projects.

– Mr Shoichi Otake, GM, 1st Product Group Digital Video Business, NTT Electronics

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Consumer Electronics and Custom ASICsRenesas NoC Routing Congestion Arteris
Renesas (formerly NEC Electronics Europe) reduced wires 50% while increasing product frequency to 500MHz and decreasing power consumption; all by using Arteris NoC interconnect IP technology.

Read the Renesas Arteris press announcement.

We have decided on Arteris NoC interconnect IP solution in order to improve the efficiency with which we deliver complex SoC platforms and their derivatives to our customers. We trust that Arteris NoC IP solution has evolved to become a viable approach and offers significant benefits over hybrid bus interconnect technologies.

– Matthias Voigt, General Manager, Engineering Group, Renesas

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Automotive Driver Assistance Systems (DAS)Mobileye NoC Memory Scheduler Arteris
Mobileye uses Arteris’ NoC interconnect IP and scalable Memory Scheduler to shrink die size, reduce wire routing congestion, ease timing closure, and obtain excellent Quality of Service (QoS) in a smaller die area.

The Mobileye EyeQ3 vision-based SoC processes inputs from extremely high throughput video cameras, warning automobile drivers in real time of impending dangers.

Read the Mobileye Arteris press announcement.

Arteris’ network-on-chip interconnect IP allows us to reduce the die size of Mobileye’s 3rd generation vision processor, EyeQ3, optimize latency for critical IP blocks and reach timing closure much sooner than expected. We exhaustively benchmarked the Arteris NoC interconnect IP against the competition. We need real-time performance with extremely low latency between video IP blocks, and we found the Arteris NoC to be the best solution for EyeQ3. Furthermore, we found Arteris’ memory scheduler to be superior, with excellent Quality of Service in a smaller die area. With Arteris, our customers can be assured of responsiveness and reliability to help reduce collisions and make roads safer.

– Elchanan Rushinek, Vice President of Engineering, Mobileye

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Advanced Video Imaging SoCsNethra NoC Memory Scheduler Arteris
Nethra was able to evaluate the Arteris NoC interconnect IP and Memory Scheduler in only two days. Nethra's high performance video processors require guaranteed bandwidth, latency and quality of service (QoS) to ensure no dropped pixels. Nethra also required out-of-the-box support for Tensilica's PIF protocol.

Read the Nethra Arteris press announcement.

It only took us two days to evaluate Arteris FlexNoC on our own design. We now have a scalable interconnect that can address our foreseeable needs and that can easily adapt to last minute changes to IP or architecture. Furthermore, FlexNoC has allowed us to simplify floor planning and timing closure.

– Ramesh Singh, CEO and President, Nethra Imaging

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Digital Video Projector and TV SoCsNethra NoC Memory Scheduler Arteris
Pixelworks uses Arteris NoC interconnect IP to easily reuse existing while shortening development time for fast turnaround derivative products. Pixelworks' ability to quickly respond to market needs has made it the leader in digital video projector SoCs.

Read the Pixelworks Arteris press announcement.

For the past five years, Arteris has enabled Pixelworks to quickly adapt our products to changing market needs while reducing our product risk and easily achieving timing closure. We are happy to choose Arteris FlexNoC as the interconnect fabric IP and memory scheduler for all our product lines.

–T Chan, Senior Vice President of Engineering, Pixelworks

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Consumer Electronics

Samsung mobile phone NoC Arteris
MegaChips uses Arteris IP for high-speed inter-chip communications.

Read the MegaChips Arteris press announcement.

The Arteris interconnect IP offers us a simple solution to handle high speed communications between multiple SoCs. We benefit from being able to easily connect multiple MegaChips SoC products within our designs.

– Gen Sasaki, General Manager of Division No.2, MegaChips Corporation

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routing congestion solved by network on chip interconnect for SoC