• IoT = Low Power

    FlexNoC’s power management features and low latency helped us 
    create the lowest-power IoT communication devices in the world.

    Oyvind Birkenes, General Manager, Wireless Connectivity Solutions, Texas Instruments

  • Design like TI

    Learn how Arteris helped Texas Instruments create the lowest-power IoT communications devices in the world.

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


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.

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 to produce custom ASICs for industrial users and for use in automotive dashboard and telematics systems.


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


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


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


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.


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


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.