April 20, 2014 4:12 PM ET

Semiconductors and Semiconductor Equipment

Company Overview of eASIC Corporation

Company Overview

eASIC Corporation, a fabless semiconductor company, develops and provides ASIC devices that reduces cost and time-to-production of customized semiconductor devices. The company offers ASIC-in-a-box design kits, easicopy ASIC migration devices, and IP Cores. Its devices are used by customers worldwide in applications that span from wireless infrastructure to consumer handheld devices. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California with additional offices worldwide.

2585 Augustine Drive

Suite 100

Santa Clara, CA 95054

United States

Founded in 1999





Key Executives for eASIC Corporation

Chief Executive Officer
Executive Chairman
Age: 64
Chief Financial officer and Vice President of Finance
Age: 56
Chief Operating Officer
President of eASIC Japan
Age: 77
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

eASIC Corporation Key Developments

NEC Corporation Uses eASIC's Nextreme-2 Product

eASIC Corporation announced that NEC Corporation is using eASIC's Nextreme-2 product to optimize the performance and power of key functionality in their iPasolink backhaul products. NEC are using the fast turnaround time and low power benefits of eASIC Nextreme-2 Single Mask Adaptable ASIC devices to quickly enable differentiating advantages compared to other providers using FPGAs, as their products ramp to high volume with the global roll out of LTE.

eASIC Corporation and EnSilica Announce 16-bit and 32-bit Soft Processor Cores

eASIC Corporation and EnSilica announced the immediate availability of 16-bit (eSi-1600) and 32-bit (eSi-3200) soft processor cores. The eSi-1600 and the eSi-3200 are based on an EnSilica's eSi-RISC highly versatile microprocessor architecture that can be optimized by application through extensive configuration options and custom instructions. The eSi-RISC architecture provides the flexibility to define a range of hardware functions that minimize silicon area. On-chip memory requirements are reduced by inter-mixed 16-bit and 32-bit instructions, resulting in high code density without compromising performance. eSi-RISC utilizes the industry standard GNU optimizing C/C++ compiler and Eclipse IDE for rapid software development, and supports efficient debugging through a JTAG interface and hardware breakpoints. The eSi-RISC architecture also supports instruction and data cache options for both the 16 and 32-bit processor and a MMU, Floating Point Unit and DSP extensions.

eASIC Corporation Appoints Edward H. Frank to Board of Directors

eASIC Corporation announced the appointment of Dr. Edward H. Frank to the company's Board of Directors. Dr. Frank was recently vice president of Macintosh Hardware Systems Engineering at Apple Inc. and currently serves on the board of directors for Fusion-io Inc.

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