Triad Semiconductor at ArrowFest 2009 in Silicon Valley; Ontario, Canada; Massachusetts: Presents Solution to End High-priced ASICs and SoC Integration with Via-Only Technology

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – October 1, 2009 – Triad Semiconductor Inc., the industry’s leading supplier of via-configurable mixed-signal ASICs, will demonstrate its via-configurable array (VCA) technology, and products implementing the technology, at ArrowFest 2009 in Santa Clara, CA; Mississauga, Ontario, Canada; and Lowell, MA in October. What: Triad will be exhibiting the company’s groundbreaking via-configurable array…

LVDS Transmitter and Receiver Drivers

Triad announces availability of its new LVDS Transmitter and Receiver drivers. These drivers can be used in such applications as; High Speed Backplane Driver, Complementary Clock Drivers, Level Translator, System Interconnects, ATM Applications, SDH Applications, High-Resolution Imaging Applications, Laser Printers, Digital Copiers, Stackable hubs for data communications, Digital Video, and High Definition Television. Both the…

Triad Featured In Recent Semiconductor Times 2006 Article

Triad was recently featured in the July 2006 edition of the Semiconductor Times Magazine which focuses on emerging semiconductor technologies and companies… Triad Semiconductor was founded in April 2002 to develop custom mixed signal solutions. When we spoke with Triad in early 2004, the company planned to offer custom mixed-signal ICs as well as various…

Triad Semiconductor to partner with NCSU

The Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area – July 28, 2006 by Matt Evans Triad Semiconductor, which is pioneering a faster and less-expensive method of designing computer chips, has expanded into a larger facility in Winston-Salem. It also hopes to see a boost when its cutting-edge technology is incorporated into the engineering program at…

Mixed Signal JTAG

I’ve recently seen a standard product offering that allows you to monitor analog voltages via a JTAG 1149.1 interface. This device allows you to read analog voltage levels as digital signals over a standard JTAG interface. The device supports 8 0-5.5V voltages inputs that are multiplexed to a Successive Approximation Register (SAR) ADC and then…

Low Power Platform

Coming soon from Triad… We’ve been listening to our customers and we will soon be announcing a new platform: MSSA-LP Low Power Mixed Signal Structured ASIC Platform. The MSSA-LP or MSSA-4 as it is also known is optimized for low-power, battery-powered applications such as: Handheld devices Medical products RFID (battery assisted) Cargo Tracking Cold-Chain Management…