Category: News releases

GreenWaves Technologies Selects Dolphin Integration’s low power virtual components for the industry’s first IoT processor

Dolphin Integration, the leading Silicon IP provider for low-power SoC, announced today that it has been selected by GreenWaves Technologies to provide a consistent set of Silicon IPs for achieving the lowest power in sleep and active modes of GAP8, the industry’s first IoT processor. This set includes Dolphin Integration’s low-power memories with embedded power-switches, …

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Ultra-low power memory generators silicon proven at TSMC 55 nm uLP and uLP eFlash

The ultra-low power targets of a battery-powered SoC – be it for IoT, Wearables, Wireless audio, BLE, SmartHome, Sensor hubs, Wireless automotive, MCUs… – now benefit from the widest panoply of low-power and dense memories proven to safely operate down to 0.81 V and to retain data down to 0.6 V. Granting up to 70% …

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Save time during the evaluation of silicon IPs thanks to MyDolphin!

Succeeding in dynamic markets like MCUs, wireless communication, IoT, wearables… requires, from Fabless makers, to react fast so as to deliver a SoC with the right specifications in a timely manner. As a result, project leaders, SoC architects and design engineers are confronted with the challenge of selecting the best silicon IPs within very short …

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Extending 2 to 5 times the operation time of your battery-powered SoC: from dream to reality!

Allowing devices to run on the same battery for years rather than months partakes in enhancing significantly end-user satisfaction. Numerous wireless communication SoC, whether BLE, Zigbee, Sigfox, LoRa, M2M 4G…, have a duty cycle such that the power consumption in sleep mode dominates the overall current drawn from the battery. For such applications, the design …

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R-Stratus-LP silicon IP reduces significantly power consumption of flash memories

Connected battery-based devices require always more computing power to run feature rich application programs while using the minimal energy to ensure the longest usage without recharge. As a result, fabless companies need to hunt down every “mA” to satisfy the low-power expectations of their SoC users. Numerous System-on-Chips rely on a Non-Volatile flash Memory – …

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Dolphin Integration Receives Open-Silicon’s Award for the Emerging IP Partner of the Year 2016 in the Low Power IoT Ecosystem

The industry’s focus on battery-powered devices sets new expectations in terms of energy saving for a wide range of applications such as IoT, wearables and wireless MCUs. Meeting the underlying low-power challenge requires a new class of silicon IPs to enable unmatched power consumption figures and new IoT SoC architectures leveraging operating modes with reduced …

Dolphin Integration Receives Open-Silicon’s Award for the
Emerging IP Partner of the Year 2016 in the Low Power IoT Ecosystem
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Minimize power domain leakage and design margins while shortening Time-To-Market

Low-power SoCs rely on two design techniques, namely multiple operating frequencies and supply voltages to minimize dynamic power and coarse grain power gating by shutting down parts in sleep mode to save a large amount of leakage power (e.g. up to 99% saving). The implementation of such design techniques requires the insertion of specific cells …

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Hisense selects their SoC Fabric for IoT from Dolphin Integration

Launching any SoC on a highly competitive market demands a differentiation for which Hisense was searching for an ultra low-power solution to extend battery life-time of wireless-connected devices. Designing such an integrated circuit introduces new challenges: silicon area, power consumption and BoM cost must be aggressively reduced, while dealing with noise issues in a mixed-signal …

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Amazing improvement of power and density for RFID chips with standard cell libraries at 180 nm

For RFID Tags, dynamic power is a critical factor as the capability for lower power translates immediately into a wider range of detection (RFID tag read range) and/or a highest identification rate in the same range. The main degree of freedom to improve power and area of RFID tag is located in the digital block. …

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