Arteris Press Releases

ArterisIP Drives Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Innovation for 15 Chip Companies

Interconnect IP enables fast and efficient integration of tens or hundreds of heterogeneous neural network hardware accelerators

CAMPBELL, Calif. — November 14, 2017 — ArterisIP, the innovative supplier of silicon-proven commercial system-on-chip (SoC) interconnect IP, today announced that in the past two years, 15 companies have licensed ArterisIP’s FlexNoC Interconnect or Ncore Cache Coherent Interconnect IP as critical components in new artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning SoCs.

ArterisIP technology gives chip design teams the means to integrate machine learning processing elements into their systems quickly and efficiently, ensuring that they meet their schedule and functional safety requirements.


Ty Garibay, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), ArterisIP

Topics: new customer machine learning Ncore ArterisIP FlexNoC artificial intelligence neural network

Intellifusion Licenses ArterisIP FlexNoC Interconnect IP for Machine Learning and Visual Intelligence Systems-on-Chip

CAMPBELL, Calif. — November 7, 2017 — ArterisIP, the innovative supplier of silicon-proven commercial system-on-chip (SoC) interconnect IP, today announced that Shenzhen Intellifusion Technologies Co., Ltd., has licensed FlexNoC Interconnect IP for use in machine learning visual intelligence SoCs that will target both data center and embedded applications.

ArterisIP FlexNoC was the best interconnect IP that could meet (our machine learning) requirements. We also felt that ArterisIP provided the lowest risk to our design teams because the FlexNoC IP is silicon-proven in so many designs, and ArterisIP has a local support team that has been very responsive to our needs.


Ning Chen, Ph.D., Co-Founder and CEO, Intellifusion

Topics: Arteris FlexNoC new customer china machine learning ArterisIP FlexNoC visual intelligence

ArterisIP Expands Worldwide Engineering Centers of Excellence and Talent Roster

Silicon Valley, Austin and Paris, France facilities build-out accommodates growth in engineering capabilities

CAMPBELL, Calif. — October 31, 2017 — ArterisIP, the innovative supplier of silicon-proven commercial system-on-chip (SoC) interconnect IP, today announced the expansion of its worldwide office infrastructure to accommodate its accelerated growth in engineering talent and design momentum in the artificial intelligence and automotive markets.

ArterisIP’s investments in our engineering team and facilities are a testament to our commitment to SoC interconnect IP technology leadership.


K. Charles Janac, President and CEO, ArterisIP

Topics: new facilities software development engineering team engineering centers

ArterisIP Acquires iNoCs Software and Associated Intellectual Property Rights

Advances the next round of SoC interconnect innovation with cutting-edge software and algorithms created by iNoCs based on EPFL research

CAMPBELL, Calif. — October 19, 2017 — ArterisIP, the innovative supplier of silicon-proven commercial system-on-chip (SoC) interconnect IP,today announced that it has acquired exclusive rights to iNoCs’ software, hardware, and associated intellectual property. iNoCs was founded in 2007 by leading researchers in the field of network-on-chip (NoC), Giovanni De Micheli, Luca Benini, Federico Angiolini and Srinivasan Murali, to pioneer the field of topology synthesis for the then emerging NoC interconnect IP market. Antonio Pullini later joined them to bring topology placement expertise. iNoCs has developed exciting concepts, algorithms, and software that address the increasing complexity of deep submicron semiconductor interconnects. With this agreement, ArterisIP will accelerate the adoption of these innovative technologies by implementing them in its extensive product roadmap and making them available to its broad customer base.

With our involvement, ArterisIP will be able to leverage the work done by the iNoCs team in their future generation products, and build upon this technology foundation.


Giovanni De Micheli, Co-Founder, iNoCs

Topics: M&A acquisitions network-on-chip iNoCs