Arteris Press Releases

Sonics and Arteris IP Agree to Dismiss Litigation

Litigation is dismissed with prejudice with no funds changing hands

CAMPBELL, Calif. — March 21, 2019 Arteris IP, the world’s leading supplier of innovative, silicon-proven network-on-chip (NoC) interconnect intellectual property, today announced that Case # 11-cv-5311-SBA was dismissed with prejudice by the Northern District of California Court with support of all parties involved. This litigation was launched by Sonics Inc. in November of 2011 alleging infringement of seven Sonics patents by Arteris, Inc. Arteris vigorously denied any infringement while challenging the validity of Sonics’ patents. The case was stayed for patent re-examination by the US Patent and Trademark Office in June of 2014 and was dismissed in March of 2019. The stipulated dismissal with prejudice is now part of the public record.

Arteris IP will, as always, continue to compete strongly in the interconnect IP market for the benefit of the entire semiconductor industry and our nearly 120 customers.” 


K. Charles Janac, President and CEO, Arteris IP

Topics: sonics

Arteris IP FlexNoC Interconnect & Resilience Package Licensed by Vayyar Imaging for ISO 26262-Compliant 3D Imaging Chips for Automotive Systems

NoC interconnect enables high bandwidth and low latency on-chip communications while increasing functional safety diagnostics coverage

CAMPBELL, Calif. — March 19, 2019 Arteris IP, the leading supplier of innovative, silicon-proven network-on-chip (NoC) interconnect intellectual property, today announced that Vayyar Imaging has licensed Arteris FlexNoC interconnect IP and the accompanying FlexNoC Resilience Package for use in its next-generation radio frequency (RF) 3D imaging chips for automotive systems.

Vayyar’s chip is the most advanced radar imaging SoC in the market today enabling real-time high-resolution 3D Point Cloud. Our chip requires the ability to transfer large amounts of data and make sure the highest safety standards are kept. Arteris NoC technology enables data protection mechanisms that increase the functional safety of our systems to meet the highest automotive safety standards.” 


Raviv Melamed, CEO and Co-Founder, Vayyar Imaging

Topics: SoC security new customer flexnoc resilience package ISO 26262 compliance ADAS systems RF automotive systems

Arteris IP FlexNoC Interconnect Licensed by Silicon Mobility for OLEA ISO 26262 ASIL-D Automotive FPCU

NoC interconnect supports functional safety data protection mechanisms of automotive chips

CAMPBELL, Calif. — March 12, 2019 Arteris IP, the world’s leading supplier of innovative, silicon-proven network-on-chip (NoC) interconnect intellectual property, today announced that Silicon Mobility has licensed Arteris FlexNoC interconnect IP for use in its range of OLEA®FPCU products as part of its SILant®ASIL-D functional safety integrated architecture.

 Arteris FlexNoC interconnect IP meets our stringent requirements for on-chip functional safety data protection with extremely low latencies. As demonstrated with the first generation of FPCU, stunningly fast functional safety mechanisms bring significant benefits in applications such as electrified powertrains where risk margins can be reduced to push further the capability of a system. In this context, integration of FlexNoC will contribute to keeping Silicon Mobility OLEA products ahead in system safety.”


Bruno Paucard, President and CEO, Silicon Mobility

Topics: SoC security new customer FlexNoC ISO 26262 ASIL D

Arteris IP FlexNoC Interconnect Licensed by Lynxi Technologies for Artificial Intelligence (AI) Chips

 

CAMPBELL, Calif. March 5, 2019 Arteris IP, the world’s leading supplier of innovative, silicon-proven network-on-chip (NoC) interconnect intellectual property, today announced that Lynxi Technologies has licensed Arteris IP FlexNoC Interconnect for use in its high-performance neural network processing chips.

Lynxi is a technology startup based in Beijing with technology leaders hailing from world-renowned Tsinghua University.

Arteris IP is excited that the Lynxi team has chosen FlexNoC interconnect IP as the network-on-chip communications backbone for their deep learning AI chips,” said K. Charles Janac, President and CEO of Arteris IP. “We look forward to partnering with Lynxi Technologies as they innovate through highly-efficient hardware acceleration of AI algorithms.”


Topics: SoC security new customer china neural networks FlexNoC