eInfochips ranked top chip design services provider by Gartner

TechOnline India - February 12, 2010

India's eInfochips has been ranked number one chip design services provider by revenue/design by Gartner

Bangalore, India: Design services company eInfochips has been ranked the number one chip design service provider globally in 2008 by research firm, Gartner. This tanking is based on revenue/design index by Gartner in its 'Competitive Landscape: Chip Design Outsourcing Services.

eInfochips was among the 40 companies worldwide evaluated for the report, which focused on the number of outsourced design starts comprising front end full-chip custom block and application, back-end process node and application, verification and design support across geographies.

"We are proud to be ranked #1 chip design service provider worldwide in revenue per design in Gartner's competitive landscape report. It marks the coming of age of India's chip design service industry and reflects the high-end work being done in India. The top ranking confirms our expertise in the chip design and verification services domain," said Pratul Shroff, CEO of eInfochips.

The company is focused on full-chip design and addresses the entire spectrum of chip design services from specifications to tape-out, and product engineering services. Its engineering staff, an internal IP portfolio and partnerships with leading EDA companies enables it offer comprehensive design and verification services of complex SoC-based designs, Shroff added.

Co-headquartered in Ahmedabad (India) and Sunnyvale (California), eInfochips is a technology design services and solutions company offering IPs and a full range of services in software products and applications, embedded systems and ASIC/FPGA to customers worldwide. The company is one of a handful of Indian companies that provide the entire spectrum of spec to silicon to system expertise.

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