Dublin – 14th November, 2017 – S3 Semiconductors, a global supplier of Mixed-Signal and RF Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of representative firm Cedar Technologies to cover the UK and Nordic territories. S3 Semiconductors expands its presence through this strategic representative agreement to fulfil increased customer demand in
Online BOM calculator simplifies costing process for IIoT custom ICs Dublin – 30 October, 2017 – S3 Semiconductors today announced an online bill of materials (BOM) calculator that shows how custom ICs are economically viable even in low to medium volumes. Learning from S3 Semiconductors’ 20 years of experience in designing custom ICs, the BOM
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S3 Semiconductors selected to advance Satellite Transceiver Technology in ESA ARTES Partner Programme
Dublin –12th October 2017 – S3 Semiconductors, a global supplier of Mixed-Signal and RF Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) solutions, today announced that it has been commissioned to advance new architectures for Satellite Transceiver technology under the auspices of a current ARTES Partner programme. S3 Semiconductors is very well positioned for future opportunities related to it.
Mixed-signal integrated circuits promise up to 80% system cost savings; online calculator creates estimates in under a minute Dublin – 29 August, 2017 – S3 Group,, a global technology group operating in the semiconductor and connected health industries, has announced a change in strategy for its custom semiconductor business, S3 Semiconductors (S3semi). It will now
DUBLIN AND Osaka – Feb 23rd, 2016 –S3 Group today announced that MegaChips Corporation has selected data converter IP from its Magellan family of high-speed digital to analog converters (DAC), to enable its customers to develop optimized next generation connected consumer systems-on-chip (SoCs). S3 Group’s Magellan family of high-speed data converters provide optimal performance targeted
DUBLIN AND SAN JOSE – June 08th, 2015 – S3 Group, a global independent supplier of Mixed-Signal IP and tailored silicon solutions to semiconductor vendors, OEMs and service operators, today launched the industry’s smallest, most-efficient 320MS/s SAR-ADC (successive approximation register analog-to-digital converter). The product is the second in the family of SAR ADCs being developed
S3 Group announces world’s first fully integrated, single conversion radio to be used in devices, transceivers and modems operating off the Iridium network
S3 Group announces world’s first fully integrated, single-conversion radio to be used in devices, transceivers and modems operating off the Iridium® network DUBLIN – May 20th 2015 – S3 Group, a global independent supplier of RF and mixed-signal IP and tailored silicon solutions to service operators, OEMs and semiconductor vendors, today announces the availability of
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For decades, electronics product innovation has been incremental in nature, relying largely on the next generation of semiconductors to deliver performance improvement. For almost 50 years Moore’s Law has delivered 2x performance (power or cost) improvement in semiconductors every 18 months, outpacing any product or system level innovation cycle that could be achieved by even the most ambitious hardware teams. What has evolved is a “sit & wait” approach, to product innovation. However it is now clear that Moore’s law is broken, and the implications are profound for hardware designers. The Semiconductor industry is consolidating, into fewer huge players. The fabless model is under increasing strain favouring only the most massively distributed companies. Hardware product teams can no longer “sit & wait” for performance improvement to be delivered by semiconductor companies, architecture is becoming more relevant, it becomes feasible – even necessary, for product teams to develop their own custom ASICs