Agile Analog offers a new approach, one that is free of the compromises, trade-offs and defects associated with standard, off-the-shelf analog IP. Offering highly configurable products for data conversion, security, power management and sensing, Agile Analog can generate new, optimised and fab-ready IP for each customer’s design.
Conventional off-the-shelf analog IP products typically snarl up the IC development process because of the re-work required to make them fit the application. With Agile Analog you will get analog IP exactly the way you want it.
Unlike standard off-the-shelf IP products, every Agile Analog IP is made fresh for each customer, with the features and specifications the application needs.
Agile Analog embeds foundries’ CMOS, FDSOI and FinFET design rules in the systems it uses to configure its IP products. So you can be sure that the IP which Agile Analog supplies to you is optimised for your foundry’s process and node.
APRIL 27, 2022
Agile Analog will establish an engineering team in Edinburgh, increasing the company’s design capabilities and allowing the business to reach more customers. Headquartered in Cambridge, Agile Analog’s technologies enable the rapid generation of high-quality analog IP.
JANUARY 26, 2022
Establishment of a regional sales team follows a surge in demand for analog IP building blocks at advanced process nodes.
SEPTEMBER 07, 2021
New arrangement between configurable analog IP supplier Agile Analog and Silex Insight, a leading provider of digital IP cores, creates new route to procure IP solutions optimised for the customer’s application, foundry and node.
MAY 23, 2022
Agile Analog was interviewed by Gabriéle to talk about how Agile Analog makes analog design automated possible.
SEPTEMBER 7, 2021
Was amazing to see a number of glitch-led security attacks being presented, and a significant increase in the number of physical attack vectors. We really enjoyed these highlights in particular: Alex Matrosov and Adam Zabrocki showing the use of clock glitching to attack RISC-V CPUs, and a great response from RISC-V Foundation to set up a security response team.