MONTREAL, March 03, 2005
- LTRIM Technologies, a leading provider of analog virtual components in standard CMOS technology, announced today, a foundry technology agreement with IBM microelectronics to provide System on Chip (SoC) designers high end power management analog IPs for faster time to market of their SoC.
“LTRIM Technologies silicon proven analog IPs are an important extension to IBM Microelectronics foundry and ASIC IP block offering” Said Ned Cahoon, Director of marketing and business enablement technology at IBM Microelectronics.
"Our CMOS based power management analog IPs are well-suited to address the rapidly growing hand held device market and is designed to enable customers to manufacture high performance, cost effective SoC for these markets," said Guy Lemieux, President and CEO of LTRIM technology. "We look forward to maintaining our successful partnership with IBM Microelectronics as they continue their leadership in delivering unique applications to the marketplace." About LTRIM Technologies
LTRIM Technologies is a leading innovator of CMOS analog virtual components and Laser Fine Tuning technologies that serve the analog and mixed-signal chip sectors. The company’s high-performance power management and other analog IP (intellectual property) solutions easily integrate into mixed-signal SoCs and analog chips, providing substantial improvements in price/performance, circuit accuracy and time-to-market. About IBM Microelectronics
IBM is the world's largest information technology company, with 80 years of leadership in helping businesses innovate. IBM also is a recognized innovator in the semiconductor industry, having been first with advances like more power-efficient copper wiring in place of aluminum and faster SOI and silicon germanium transistors. These and other innovations have contributed to IBM's standing as the number one U.S. patent holder for 11 consecutive years. More information about IBM semiconductors can be found at: http://www.ibm.com/chips