eASIC is a fabless semiconductor company offering eASIC Platform devices that significantly reduce the overall cost of ownership and time to production of customized silicon devices. eASIC enables customers to develop custom silicon with low up-front costs, and deliver of tested prototypes in only 5 weeks from tape out. While the customization technology is innovative and protected by broad patents, the design implementation and device fabrication are performed using conventional electronic design flow and standard manufacturing processes.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Intel
HQ
Santa Clara, US
Founded
1999
Website
easic.com
eASIC was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, US
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Key People/Management at eASIC

Ronnie Vasishta

Ronnie Vasishta

President & CEO
Ranko Scepanovic

Ranko Scepanovic

CTO
Jasbinder Bhoot

Jasbinder Bhoot

Vice President, Worldwide Marketing
Mike Basanty

Mike Basanty

Vice President, Operations
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eASIC Office Locations

eASIC has an office in Santa Clara
Santa Clara, US (HQ)
3940 Freedom Cir
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eASIC Financials and Metrics

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In total, eASIC had raised $139.2 m. eASIC is a subsidiary of Intel
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eASIC Online and Social Media Presence

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eASIC News and Updates

Intel to Acquire Fabless Semiconductor Specialists eASIC

Intel continues to expand its programmable solutions portfolio. The post Intel to Acquire Fabless Semiconductor Specialists eASIC appeared first on Computer Business Review.

Intel acquires eASIC to take its chipsets deeper into IoT and other future technologies

In the wake of Broadcom failing to complete its takeover of Qualcomm, Intel is buying another chip company as it works on adjusting its own its business to fit the next generation of computing. Today, the company is announcing that it is acquiring eASIC, a fabless semiconductor company that makes cu…

Intel acquires eASIC to bolster programmable chip business

Intel doesn’t have a permanent CEO right now, but that isn’t stopping it from doing deals. The world’s biggest chip maker announced today that it has acquired eASIC, a designer of programmable chips that can be customized at the time of production. eASIC, founded in 1999, will add to Intel’s program…
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eASIC Company Life and Culture

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