Silicon and VLSI Engineering

For the foreseeable future, semiconductor companies will have to cater to the explosive growth of smartphone and wearable devices while addressing the demand for on-chip assistance in newer applications such as smart home and office appliances, intelligent cameras, medical devices and automotive applications. This has led to a greater demand for high performance, rugged and reliable on-chip products, lower geometries (<16nm), fabless designs, Design for testing (DFT), etc. At eInfochips, we are committed to provide turnkey product design and engineering services for semiconductor companies.


eInfochips offers high quality ASIC & FPGA design services for semiconductor OEMs, fabless design houses and electronic system design companies. We are further recognized as one of the top VLSI Engineering Services company by multiple analysts across the world. With an experience of over 150 tape-outs, we have executed complex projects in networking, consumer devices, smartphones, aerospace, multimedia, automated test equipment, Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) and more.


Verification constitutes nearly 70% of the chip design cycle. For semiconductor companies keen on launching new, innovative products faster, it becomes challenging to scale up in terms of quality, interoperability and reusability. eInfochips as a design verification solution partner, helps semiconductor companies achieve plug-and-play solutions that greatly reduce time-to-market while ensuring first time right silicon. Our expertise in custom verification IPs span DDR4, USB 2.0, NAND Flash 3.1, GBE and many others.


The biggest challenge for semiconductor companies is facing multiple iterations in taking their R&D designs to finished production stage. eInfochips has years of experience and a deeply ingrained capability to handle everything from prototype development to design for testing (DFT) and production. eInfochips has developed 150+ hardware designs and prototypes for top Fortune companies.

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