Samsung uses Arteris FlexNoC IP in its Samsung Exynos mobile phone applications processors, digital baseband modems, 4K SUHD TVs and Artik IoT modules.


Arteris FlexNoC provides on-chip communications for Mobileye's EyeQ3 and forthcoming EyeQ4 Automated Driver Assistance System (ADAS) platforms.


Arteris-developed NoC technology is the backbone of Snapdragon application processors & LTE modems, Atheros wireless connectivity SoCs, and CSR IoT products.

Huawei / Hisilicon

Arteris is the communications backbone of the Hisilicon Kirin application processors used in Huawei Honor, Ascend and P-series smartphones.


Altera uses Arteris FlexNoC IP to implement the Hard Processing System (HPS) of their newest Stratix 10 FPGAs using Intel's 14 nm Tri-Gate manufacturing process.


Freescale uses Arteris IP in its QorIQ processing platform for networking applications. It first licensed Arteris IP in 2011 for use in its i.MX application processor SoC platform.


LG uses our IP to connect their OLED UHD TV processors running the new webOS 2.0. LG also uses Arteris IP to help power their LG Nuclun smartphone application processors.


Spreadtrum, one of China's largest fabless semiconductor companies, uses Arteris FlexNoC in its smartphone and tablet SoCs for application processing and digital baseband modems.

Texas Instruments

Arteris IP connects the TI Jacinto 5/6 and TDA2x / TDA3x ADAS and automotive infotainment SoCs, the CC26xx / CC13xx SimpleLink IoT SoCs, and the OMAP 4 / OMAP 5 SoCs.


Renesas uses Arteris FlexNoC which allowed a dramatic increase MCU performance and functionally with no impact on die area while significantly decreasing power consumption.


ZTE, one of the largest mobile and networking device manufacturers in China, chose Arteris FlexNoC IP for its own semiconductor devices after a rigorous evaluation.

SK hynix

SK hynix has licensed Arteris FlexNoC IP for use in its solid state memory storage products, including SSD controllers.


Toshiba uses Arteris FlexNoC network-on-chip interconnect IP in its 4K Ultra HD TVs.


AppliedMicro uses Arteris FlexNoC IP for its X-Gene™ 1 and X-Gene 2 Server-on-a-Chip solutions used in HP's Moonshot servers.


Rockchip uses Arteris FlexNoC in its RK-series SoCs targeting tablet PCs. They have used Arteris IP for three generations of their applications processors.


Marvell started licensing Arteris FlexNoC in 2014 for its SoCs.

Enterprise SSD Vendors

Two leading enterprise SSD vendors use Arteris FlexNoC IP for their sophisticated SSD controller chipsets. We can't disclose their names but we can tell why they chose Arteris IP.

VIA Telecom

VIA Telecom started licensing Arteris IP in 2011 for use in its CDMA digital baseband modem SoCs.


Open-Silicon is a custom ASIC provider who used Arteris FlexNoC IP to optimize power consumption and performance for an Arm-based IP subsystem.


Allwinner uses Arteris FlexNoC IP for its consumer electronics and mobile tablet application processors.


Rambus uses Arteris FlexNoC IP for use in their products.


Hisense is the world's 4th largest TV maker and uses Arteris IP in SoCs for its UHD TVs that incorporate features like Android OS and Roku.

Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric uses Arteris FlexNoC IP in its premier industrial automation and control products featuring real-time, extremely low latency Ethernet functionality.


Pixelworks has been an Arteris customer since 2006 and uses our IP in its video display processing SoCs used in today's premier mobile devices, TVs and projectors.


Sckipio uses Arteris FlexNoC IP in the world's first ITU modems to deliver fiber-like ultra-high speed broadband over existing copper twisted-pair infrastructure.


MegaChips is a Japanese fabless semiconductor company who is using Arteris FlexNoC IP in imaging SoCs for the world's best digital SLR cameras.

RDA Microelectronics

RDA Microelectronics uses Arteris FlexNoC interconnect IP as the backbone SoC interconnect for its new wireless systems-on-chip (SoC) platforms.

Actions Semiconductor

Actions Semiconductor uses Arteris FlexNoC IP in their mobile application processors.


Sequans Communications uses Arteris FlexNoC IP in its single-mode low power LTE chipsets for the Internet of Things (IoT).


Socle Technology Corporation is the design services arm of Foxconn and uses Arteris FlexNoC IP to accelerate design schedules for high-end SoCs.


Global Unichip Corporation uses Arteris FlexNoC IP in its 16nm system-on-chip (SoC) IP verification platforms.


Shanghai InfoTM Microelectronics uses Arteris FlexNoC fabric IP for tablets and other high-end consumer electronics SoCs.