Arteris Press Releases

Expanded Partnership Between Arteris and Arm to Accelerate Automotive Electronics

The collaboration will provide a greater choice of integrated and optimized solutions with leading Arm processors and Arteris system IP.

CAMPBELL, Calif. – September 12, 2022 – Arteris, Inc. (Nasdaq: AIP), a leading provider of system IP which accelerates system-on-chip (SoC) creation, today announced that it is expanding its partnership with Arm to help speed up automotive electronics innovation. This collaboration leverages leading-edge Arm® processors with Arteris system IP to enable autonomous driving, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), cockpit and infotainment, vision, radar and lidar, body and chassis control, and other automotive subsystems. The partnership delivers solutions that could hasten the path for customers to realize SoCs with high performance and power efficiency for complex and demanding safety-critical tasks with differing workloads while reducing project schedules and costs.

 

The automotive industry is at a critical inflection point with demand for autonomy, more capable ADAS, richer driver experiences and electrification driving the need for more capable SoCs and microcontroller units (MCUs). Our expanded collaboration with Arteris gives our mutual customers access to a greater choice of market-leading, safe, integrated and optimized automotive solutions, enabling faster time to market. " 

 Ian Smythe, Vice President product marketing, Arm

 

Topics: System-on-Chip Arm NoC functional safety ISO 26262 Networks-On-Chip automotive ADAS SoCs automotive electronics ip deployment system ip Arteris IP (AIP)

Sondrel Deploys Arteris IP for Next-Generation Multi-Channel Automotive SoC

Configurability and Performance of FlexNoC is Key to Design of High-Performance Compute IP Platform for ADAS Applications

READING, UK and CAMPBELL, Calif. – May 3, 2022 -- Sondrel and Arteris IP (Nasdaq: AIP), a leading provider of system IP consisting of network-on-chip (NoC) interconnect and IP deployment software that accelerate system-on-chip (SoC) creation, today announced that Sondrel is adopting FlexNoC interconnect IP in its next generation of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) architecture. The onchip-interconnect was selected for its configurability and performance. The product enables the SFA 350A multi-channel automotive vehicle IP platform requirements. FlexNoC supports the ability to design the NoC to match the performance of IP blocks to ensure that data flows at the right speed in, out and around the SoC. It enables designers to quickly design and verify a chip that precisely meets the customer’s silicon specifications on time and within budget.

 

Through many years of working with Arteris, we knew that FlexNoc would reliably deliver exactly what we needed, backed up by excellent technical support. The SoC interconnect provides a complete, comprehensive solution spanning architecture exploration to physical implementation and verification."


Edwin Loverseed, Head of Engineering, Sondrel

 

Topics: IP System-on-Chip NoC ISO 26262 Networks-On-Chip Arteris FlexNoC automotive ADAS radar soc architecture verification LIDAR SoCs high-performance sensors ASIC ip deployment Arteris IP (AIP) SFA 350A processor silicon chips compute solutions Edwin Loverseed

Arteris® IP FlexNoC® Interconnect & Resilience Package Again Licensed by Black Sesame for ISO 26262-Compliant Automotive ADAS Chips

Network-on-chip interconnect technology with integrated functional safety mechanisms accelerates development of automotive systems-on-chip. 

CAMPBELL, Calif. – June 8, 2021– Arteris IP, a leading provider of network-on-chip (NoC) interconnect and other intellectual property (IP) technology, that manages the on-chip communications in system-on-chip (SoC) semiconductor devices, today announced that Black Sesame Technologies has licensed Arteris FlexNoC interconnect IP and the accompanying FlexNoC Resilience Package for use in its ISO 26262-compliant automotive advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) chips. 

We successfully used the Arteris FlexNoC interconnect IP and Resilience Package in our previous generation ISO 26262 ASIL B systems and have been impressed with Arteris IP's product maturity, performance and functional safety capabilities. The Arteris IP FlexNoC interconnect and Resilience Package truly helped us more quickly develop our complex ADAS SoCs, which incorporate extensive artificial intelligence hardware acceleration, while providing the required functional safety mechanisms for us to achieve ISO 26262 compliance. In addition, the local Arteris IP engineering support team provided valuable architectural and functional safety feedback as we developed our chips.”


David Zeng, Senior VP, Black Sesame

Topics: automotive semiconductors Arteris FlexNoC flexnoc resilience package ADAS ISO 26262 compliance artificial intelligence ADAS SoC

Arteris® IP FlexNoC® Interconnect and Resilience Package Supports Socionext's 5nm Automotive Chip Production

Automotive chip design leader standardizes on Network-on-Chip (NoC) interconnect IP for multiple ISO 26262-compliant systems-on-chip (SoCs)

CAMPBELL, Calif. and YOKOHAMA, Japan– February 4, 2021 – Arteris IP, the world’s leading supplier of innovative, silicon-proven network-on-chip (NoC) interconnect intellectual property, today announced that Socionext has implemented Arteris® FlexNoC® interconnect IP and the accompanying Resilience Package in multiple automotive chips, including an automotive SoC fabricated using 5nm semiconductor process technology.

We are able to more efficiently design large scale automotive chips because we are able to see early in the design process the layout impacts of our SoC and NoC architecture choices. This is especially important when using leading edge 5nm semiconductor process technologies. Furthermore, our SoC functional safety architecture has been enhanced by the novel technologies in the FlexNoC interconnect IP Resilience Package, allowing us to quickly tailor safety mechanisms for the desired ISO 26262 ASIL to meet our customers’ demanding schedules."


Kaichi Yamashita, Head of the Automotive Business Unit, Socionext

Topics: SoC NoC functional safety network-on-chip on-chip interconnect flexnoc resilience package ADAS iso 26262 ASIL K. Charles Janac customer automotive chips IP market Socionext 5nm