New Electronics – Vidatronic Expands Power Management, Analog, and Security IP Portfolio

Vidatronic, a provider of power management, analog and security intellectual property (IP) licensing and embedded platform solutions, has unveiled its latest IP cores.

Available immediately for licensing in 180nm, 40nm, and 22nm processes, these IPs allow Vidatronic customers to design tightly integrated, high-performance, ultra-low-power system-on-chips (SoCs) for a variety of applications. endpoints, including consumer devices, Internet of Things (IoT), Metaverse, advanced microprocessor and high-speed serial interface applications.

These IP addresses have already been licensed by several high-profile customers, according to the company.

Vidatronic’s integrated platform solutions simplify the design process with customizable IP for easier and more cost-effective integration. Leveraging Vidatronic’s new IP addresses will enable customers to achieve improved levels of performance, energy efficiency, security and reliability while minimizing costs.

“Vidatronic has experienced significant growth over the past year and our expanding portfolio is a result,” said Moises Robinson, President and Co-Founder of Vidatronic. “As the demand for customizable power management, analog and security IP continues to increase, Vidatronic is well positioned to provide a one-stop-shop for our customers where they can meet all of their power needs. , analog and security with a single integrated platform solution.

Vidatronic’s IP portfolio, which covers process nodes from 180nm to 4nm FinFET, contains the following new IPs:

  • Low dropout (LDO) IP voltage regulators equipped with Vidatronic’s Power Quencher technology that enable ultra-low power operation with no external components required – new IP in 180/40/22 nm
  • Bandgap voltage reference IP equipped with Vidatronic’s ACCUREF technology which enables high precision and low power consumption operation – new IP in 180/22 nm
  • Multi-output single inductor (SIMO) step-down DC-DC converter IP that can support multiple output rails with a single inductor for lower overall cost and better system efficiency and uses discontinuous conduction mode ( DCM) optimized for low power applications – new IP in 180/22nm
  • Li-Ion IP wireless battery charger that incorporates a rectifier and LDOs to provide fast and safe charging of Li-ion batteries, monitors the voltage/current of each cell in the battery and provides direct DC charging option from from an external source – new IP in 180nm
  • 8-bit dual-slope analog-to-digital converter (ADC) IP – new IP in 180 nm
  • Built-in support blocks including analog test mux IP, temperature sensor IP, power switch IP, power ok, serial-peripheral interface (SPI) IP and clock IP – new IP in 180/40/22 nm.

Alan A. Seibert