Arteris Inc., today announced that Sequans Communications, maker of single-mode LTE chipsets for the Internet of Things, has licensed Arteris FlexNoC IP for use in its next generation of IoT chipsets.
“Arteris FlexNoC’s development efficiency benefits give us an advantage over our competitors because we can get our product tomarket sooner with more features and at a higher quality level.”
Bertrand Debray, COO and Founder, Sequans Communications Sequans is a pioneer in bringing wireless broadband connectivity to consumer devices connected to the IoT. Tight integration of low-power LTE communications capability into these devices will help enable a new generation of cloud services.
Critical to Sequans’ decision to license Arteris FlexNoC was the need for a short development schedule and fast time to market. In addition to its low power advantages, FlexNoC’s integrated automation capabilities allow the Sequans engineering team to quickly define their SoC interconnect connectivity and performance requirements, explore and optimize candidate architectures, and verify the resulting hardware design.
“Arteris FlexNoC’s development efficiency benefits give us an advantage over our competitors because we can get our product to market sooner with more features and at a higher quality level,” said Bertrand Debray, COO and founder of Sequans.
“We are excited that Sequans chose Arteris after a thorough evaluation of all the options,” said K. Charles Janac, President and CEO of Arteris. “Sequans’ choice of FlexNoC is a vote of confidence in the quality and flexibility of Arteris’ solution.”