Arteris Press Releases

Two Major Enterprise Solid State Disk (SSD) Vendors License Arteris FlexNoC Interconnect IP

New generation of enterprise SSD controllers to benefit from network-on-chip (NoC) data protection, high bandwidth PCI Express (PCIe)

CAMPBELL, California — February 18, 2015 — Arteris Inc., the inventor and only supplier of silicon-proven commercial network-on-chip (NoC) interconnect IP solutions, today announced that two of the world’s largest enterprise SSD vendors have licensed Arteris FlexNoC fabric IP for use as the communications backbone within their upcoming SSD controller SoCs.

The enterprise SSD market has quickly grown in sophistication and complexity, making it a perfect match for the use of Arteris FlexNoC interconnect IP. We are proud that these two leading companies have chosen Arteris to help them implement their own state-of-the-art SSD controllers in less time for less cost, taking advantage of FlexNoC’s unmatched data protection, QoS and SoC assembly features.


K. Charles Janac, President and CEOArteris

Topics: new customer enterprise SSD flexnoc resilience package ECC

Arteris and YOGITECH Announce Strategic Partnership Enabling ISO 26262 Compliant Advanced Automotive Systems-on-Chip

Integration of Arteris FlexNoC Resilience Package and YOGITECH faultRobust technology enables more efficient ISO 26262 and ASIL compliance

CAMPBELL, California and PISA, Italy — February 17, 2015 — Arteris Inc., the inventor and only supplier of silicon-proven commercial network-on-chip (NoC) interconnect IP solutions, and YOGITECH S.p.A., the leader in functional safety verification tooling and solutions, today announced a strategic partnership to help semiconductor design teams develop automotive and industrial systems-on-chip (SoCs) more effectively. The two industry-leading companies are teaming up to integrate their products to enable SoC vendors to more easily implement and assess functional safety requirements in complex chips.

The fruits of this YOGITECH and Arteris partnership will help the automotive and semiconductor industries to more quickly implement in silicon the complex features required for autonomous driving systems.

Implementing functional safety features in silicon offers many advantages over software-only approaches by enabling less complexity, pre-characterized quality and more semiconductor vendor control over the system-wide functional safety feature implementations.


Silvano Motto, President and CEO, Arteris

Topics: ISO 26262 automotive semiconductors flexnoc resilience package ECC yogitech