Our Partners

Distributors and Sales Representatives

 

IPN Corporation


IPN Corporation is business development partner for Teledyne AnaFocus in Japan.


FRESH Integrated Circuits

FRESH Integrated Circuits is business development partner for Teledyne AnaFocus in Israel.


Micron

Micron is the authorised distributor for Teledyne AnaFocus standard CMOS image sensors in Japan.


IOVIS

IOVIS is the authorised distributor for Teledyne AnaFocus standard CMOS image sensors and vision sensors in Korea.


Microview

Microview (Beijing Microview Science and Technology Co., Ltd.) is the business development partner and distributor for Teledyne AnaFocus standard CMOS image sensors and vision sensors in China.


CMOS Foundries

 

Tower Semiconductor

TowerJazz, CMOS specialty wafer processes and provides world class design enablement tools for the quickest path to design success.


UMC

UMC is a world-leading semiconductor foundry, specializing in the contract manufacturing of customer designed ICs for high performance semiconductor applications. Its position as the foundry industry technology leader has been a major contributing factor to its rapid growth. UMC delivers the cutting-edge foundry technologies that enable sophisticated system-on-chip (SOC) designs, including 0.13um copper, 90nm copper, and mixed signal/RFCMOS.


R&D Partners

 

IMSE-CNM

The Institute of Microelectronics of Seville (IMSE) is one of the three institutes that configure the National Centre of Microelectronic (CNM), founded in 1985. Such Institute is specialized in the design and test of high-performance analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits in deep-submicron CMOS technologies.

 

CAD Tools

 

CADENCE

Cadence Design Systems is the world’s leading EDA company. CADENCE custom IC design platform enables to harmonize the divergent worlds of analog and digital design to create some of the most advanced mixed-signal system on chip (SoC) designs.


ALTERA

Altera Corporation is the world’s pioneer of system on a programmable chip (SOPC) solutions. With annual revenues in CY 2005 of $1.12 billion, Altera combines the reprogrammable logic technology originally invented in 1983 with software tools, intellectual property (IP), and design services to provide high-value programmable solutions to approximately 14,000 customers worldwide. Altera is headquartered in San Jose, California, and employs approximately 2,300 people in 14 countries.