Electronic Design Automation

Intel, Synopsys expand IP and EDA partnership

15 August 2023

Intel Corp. and Synopsys have expanded their intellectual property (IP) and electronic design automation (EDA) partnership to include Intel’s 3 and Intel 18A process technology for foundry customers.

The companies said the IP on advanced process nodes will offer new and existing Intel Foundry Services (IFS) customers key IP that was not available previously.

Under the expansion agreement, Synopsys will provide a range of interface IP allowing foundry users to use the software on Intel’s advanced process technologies and accelerate design execution and project schedules for system-on-chips (SoCs).

Synopsys design technology tools and implementation and signoff flows add power, performance and area for SoC and multi-die systems designs on the process technologies, the companies said.

IFS is Intel’s return to foundry business as part of its IDM 2.0 strategy to improve manufacturing scale and long-term growth of U.S. and European fabless companies.

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