The economics of chip-making could be positively transformed if companies share non-core IP, says Jack Harding, CEO of eSilion.
“Non-differentiated IP should be put into the public domain for free to see what good things come out of that,” Harding told IEF2013 in Dublin.
“If we and other companies can share non-core technology we can raise the level for everyone with a bit more co-operation,” said Harding, “there are a series of products we are displaying on-line for free. Out of that we hope to generate some goodwill, improve our presence in the market, improve profits and generate growth.”
The problem Harding is addressing is the slowing down of the ASIC industry.
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