Implementing a growth strategy in support of increased customer demand
Sunnyvale, CA, August 6, 2012 - Analog Bits, the leader in Integrated Clocking and Interface IP, has relocated to Sunnyvale, CA, in the heart of Silicon Valley, into a greatly expanded facility. This move is in response to increasing customer adoption for their broad portfolio of differentiated "mixed signal" products and provides the capability for the company to expand engineering and support staff up to 400%.
"We are growing along with our customer base and in response to their growing need for risk reduction", explains Mahesh Tirupattur, Executive Vice President. "Through deeper partnership with Analog Bits, our customers accelerate time-to-volume and increase product differentiation. This third major expansion is a milestone for our company in response to our customers' needs".
Since 1995, Analog Bits has been a role model for entrepreneurial companies in Silicon Valley. Starting in a modest office in Mountain View, CA, Analog Bits has grown to become the industry leader in the domain of low-power, integrated clocking and interconnect Intellectual Property ("IP"). With "Billions of IP" in production, Analog Bits enables products ranging from LCD TVs, cameras, camcorders, smart phones, tablets, game consoles, and high-end computing to networking and telecommunication devices.
To learn more about Analog Bits broad range of low-power, mixed signal IP products, visit www.analogbits.com or email us at: email@example.com.
About Analog Bits:
Founded in 1995, Analog Bits, Inc. is the leading supplier of low-power, customizable analog IP for easy and reliable integration into modern CMOS digital chips. Our products include precision clocking macros such as PLLs & DLLs, programmable interconnect solutions such as multi-protocol SERDES/PMA and programmable I/Os as well as specialized memories such as high-speed SRAMs and TCAMs. With billions of uses of IP fabricated in customer silicon from 0.35-micron to 20-nm processes, Analog Bits is the premier analog IP supplier with an outstanding heritage of "first time working silicon" at merchant foundries and IDMs.