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September 27, 2009
 

Triad Semiconductor to Exhibit at International SoC Conference and Present on Via-configurable, Mixed-signal Embedded ASICS Using the ARM Cortex-M0 Microcontroller

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – September 27, 2009 – Triad Semiconductor Inc., the industry’s leading supplier of via-configurable mixed-signal ASICs, will demonstrate its silicon-proven via-configurable array (VCA) technology for analog, digital and mixed-signal design at the 7th International System-on-chip (SoC) Conference and Workshops in Newport Beach, California, on November 4th, 2009. The company’s CTO, Jim Kemerling, also will present on “Via-configurable, Mixed-signal Embedded ASICs Using the ARM Cortex-M0 Microcontroller.”

What:
Exhibiting: The Triad Mocha™ family of ARM Powered® VCAs, which combine the ARM® Cortex™-M0 processor with Triad’s silicon-proven analog, digital and memory building blocks on an array that can be configured by changing a single via layer. The Mocha family reduces system costs and time to market by as much as 75% while also significantly reducing risk and support for any production volume for applications that require 32-bit performance in an 8/16-bit footprint with ultra-low power consumption.

Presenting: “Via-configurable, Mixed-signal Embedded ASICs Using the ARM Cortex-M0 Microcontroller,” which will introduce ARM-powered mixed-signal VCA ASIC technology as a means for resolving many issues confronting analog/ mixed-signal designers, including hardware and software development time and tooling costs. Triad’s VCA mixed-signal ASICs are programmed with a single layer. A new VCA architecture with an embedded Cortex-M0 will be discussed in detail along with a mixed-signal design example.
Who:
Jim Kemerling, Chief Technology Officer, Triad Semiconductor
When:
The presentation will take place on Wednesday, November 4th, beginning at 3:20pm Pacific. Exhibition hours are 3:00pm – 8:00pm on November 4th.
Where:
The Radission Hotel, Newport Beach, California

About Triad Semiconductor, Inc.
Triad Semiconductor, Inc., a privately held fabless semiconductor company with headquarters in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, develops, prototypes and produces mixed-signal ASICs. The company’s groundbreaking via-configurable array (VCA) technology delivers ASICs with silicon-proven analog and digital functions more quickly and at lower cost than traditional full-custom approaches. Triad’s single-mask, via-only routing cuts engineering effort and fabrication time, resulting in fast-turn prototypes and allowing design changes to be made at minimal cost. For more information, please visit www.triadsemi.com or call (336) 774-2150.

Mocha and Mocha-1 are trademarks of Triad Semiconductor, Inc.
All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.

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