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October 2014 IClink partnership

nSilition and IMEC are now partners through the ICLink program, aiming at pooling the talents and resources of the world-class design and IP companies located within the vicinity of IMEC. It gives us priviledged access to digital design services and high performance and high volume foundries.
IClink website

September 2014 IAC 2014, Toronto

nSilition will participate to the world's premier space event, the international astronautical congress (IAC) 2014 in Toronto, Ontario, between the 29th, September and the 3rd, October 2014. You may come and visit nSilition on our booth (#815) to discover our IP and IC solutions dedicated to space and radiation tolerant applications!
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IAC 2014

December 2007
10b 64MHz 1.2V 1.9mW ΔΣ ADC, silicon proven, right first time !

nSilition introduces a new very low power 1.2V single supply ΔΣ ADC IP, silicon proven on CMOS 130nm, right from the first time ! This ADC matches perfectly the very low power requirements of any portable application that requires 1MHz signal bandwidth (SBW). Examples: ZigBee, Bluetooth, Wibree...

October 2007
come and visit us at SAME 2007, Sophia Antipolis, France

Meet us on the French Riviera and discover our very high speed and low power Analog to digital data converters IP blocks family. With resolution ranging from 10b to 14b and sampling of 200Mspls/s or more, these ADCs perform at a conversion efficiency far below 1pJ/step. This opens new opportunities for any bandwidth demanding portable application. Systems on a chip (SoCs) dedicated to areas like, for instance, broadband wireless and wireline communications, advanced instrumentation, high resolution imaging, medical and transportation will advantageously embed these power efficient broadband data converters.

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June 2007
new silicon proven 10b 100MHz 66mW 1.8V data converter IP
June 2007
nSilition gains a third customer

nSilition contributes on high-speed and highly linear data converters dedicated to broadband wireline communications.

March 2007
nSilition is contracted by a major data converter manufacturer
December 2006
nSilition officialy incorporated
September 2006
nSilition's experts already called on duty

An application requiring an Analog ASIC showing a very good stability over lifetime and temperature conditions is requested. nSilition demonstrates that its dedicated ADCs design techniques are allowing to meet the requirements.

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