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Arteris IP FlexNoC® Interconnect Implemented in Uhnder Digital Automotive Radar-on-Chip

Austin-based startup uses Arteris IP interconnect to optimize on-chip communications for automotive radar-on-chip (RoC) systems

CAMPBELL, Calif. June 25, 2019– Arteris IP, the world’s leading supplier of innovative, silicon-proven network-on-chip (NoC) interconnect intellectual property, today announced that Uhnder’s new automotive radar-on-chip (RoC) uses the Arteris FlexNoC IP as the on-chip interconnect.

Our choice of on-chip interconnect IP was very important to our success because of the unprecedented extent of on-chip integration and our huge bandwidth requirements. The Arteris FlexNoC interconnect IP helped us to surpass our performance goals while avoiding routing congestion in our tightly integrated single-chip radar.”

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Manju Hedge, CEO and Cofounder, Uhnder

 

 

Uhnder is a fast-moving startup developing highly integrated sensing, cognition and communication products for the automotive industry. The Uhnder RoC is unique because it integrates the radar analog front end, baseband, digital front end, digital back end, and processing all on a single CMOS die. Because it operates at 76-81 GHz and uses Digital Code Modulation (DCM) technology, the Uhnder RoC offers 4D High Contrast Resolution (HCR), delivering range and accuracy not possible with other solutions.

“Our choice of on-chip interconnect IP was very important to our success because of the unprecedented extent of on-chip integration and our huge bandwidth requirements,” said Manju Hegde, CEO and Cofounder of Uhnder. “The Arteris FlexNoC interconnect IP helped us to surpass our performance goals while avoiding routing congestion in our tightly integrated single-chip radar.”

“We are excited to have the opportunity to contribute to Uhnder’s success and provide a key technology that helps facilitate their disruptive automotive RoC,” said K. Charles Janac, President and CEO of Arteris. “Uhnder’s use of Arteris IP interconnect technology is proof of our products’ ability to meet and exceed the expectations of the world’s most innovative autonomous driving technology companies.”

About Uhnder

Founded to develop disruptive technologies for sensing, cognition and communication, Uhnder is delivering the industry’s first digital automotive radar using a combination of advanced CMOS and Digital Code Modulation (DCM) technology. Uhnder’s approach and technology promises to transform the automotive industry by changing the way radars work and significantly improving performance with the additional benefits of smaller size, lower power and lower cost. For more information, visit www.uhnder.com. 

About Arteris IP

Arteris IP provides network-on-chip (NoC) interconnect IP to accelerate system-on-chip (SoC) semiconductor assembly for a wide range of applications from AI to automobiles, mobile phones, IoT, cameras, SSD controllers, and servers for customers such as Baidu, Mobileye, Samsung, Huawei / HiSilicon, Toshiba and NXP. Arteris IP products include the Ncore® cache coherent and FlexNoC® non-coherent interconnect IP, the CodaCache® standalone last level cache, and optional Resilience Package (ISO 26262 functional safety), FlexNoC AI Package, and PIANO®automated timing closure capabilities. Customer results obtained by using Arteris IP products include lower power, higher performance, more efficient design reuse and faster SoC development, leading to lower development and production costs. For more information, visit www.arteris.com or find us on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/arteris.

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Kurt Shuler
Arteris Inc.
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kurt.shuler@arteris.com

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Topics: SoC NoC new customer machine learning autonomous driving flexnoc interconnect ML/AI on-chip communications automotive radar