Triad Semiconductor Announces First Mixed-signal ARM® Cortex™-M0 Processor with 16-bit ADC and 12-bit DAC

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – February 16, 2010 – Triad Semiconductor, Inc., the industry’s leading supplier of via-configurable mixed-signal ASICs, today announced another first: the first ARM® Cortex™-M0 processor combined with high-resolution, high-precision analog resources:  16-bit ADC and 12-bit DAC and uncommitted op-amps. Triad’s TSX1001, implemented on the Mocha-1™ via-configurable array, provides the performance and low-power 32-bit…

Triad Semiconductor to Exhibit at DesignCon 2010 and Present on a New Alternative to Full-custom Analog/ Mixed-signal ASICs

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – January 27, 2010 – Triad Semiconductor Inc., the industry’s leading supplier of via-configurable mixed-signal ASICs, will demonstrate the company’s newly-introduced Mocha-1™ platform at DesignCon 2010 on February 2nd to 3rd in the Santa Clara Convention Center. The company’s CTO, Jim Kemerling, also will present on “Via-configurable Analog ASIC: Technology and Applications.” What: Exhibiting:  The Mocha-1…

Triad Semiconductor Announces Availability of World’s First Configurable ARM Cortex-M0 Mixed-signal ASIC Solution

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – January 12, 2010 – Triad Semiconductor Inc., the industry’s leading supplier of via-configurable mixed-signal ASICs, today announced the first system-on-chip (SoC) to integrate the world-class ARM® Cortex™-M0 with the via-configurable analog and digital functions needed to rapidly and inexpensively deliver embedded mixed-signal solutions. Triad’s Mocha-1™ array provides access to world-class ARM 32-bit…

DesignCon 2010

Triad Semiconductor will be an exhibitor at DesignCon 2010. Visit us at Booth 827. Stop by the booth and talk with Triad’s technical staff about our recently introduced Mocha-1 SoC that combines an ARM Cortex-M0 ultra low power processor with 32KB of on-board EEPROM, 24KB of SRAM, 75,000 configurable ASIC gates, distributed SRAM, and a rich library…