Triad Semiconductor to Show the World’s First Via-Configurable Mixed Signal ARM Cortex-M0 Solution at the 2011 Embedded Systems Conference in Boston on September 27th

Winston-Salem, NC (PRWEB) August 25, 2011

Systems designers across all market segments: military, industrial, medical, automotive and consumer need customized mixed-signal integrated circuits (ICs) to solve their cost, size, power, performance and reliability requirements. Unfortunately, traditional full-custom IC development has been fraught with risky, long and expensive development cycles that have kept many companies from obtaining the benefits of IC integration.


Triads vision is to make mixed signal IC design available to system and board-level designers without the delays, costs and risks of traditional approaches. Triad has been delivering this vision to system designers since 2004 with a growing portfolio of via configurable arrays (VCAs) that enable the development of optimized mixed-signal ICs in less than six months at a fraction of the cost of a full-custom design.


The TSX1001 Evaluation Board highlights the mixed signal capabilities of the TSX1001s mixed-signal ARM

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