Sondrel is a UK-based fabless semiconductor company specialising in high end, complex digital Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) and System on Chips (SOCs). It provides a full turnkey service in the design, prototyping, testing, packaging and production of ASICs and SoCs.

The Company is one of only a few companies capable of designing and supplying the higher-spec chips built on the most advanced semiconductor technologies, selling into a range of hyper growth end markets such as high-performance computing, automotive, artificial intelligence, VR/AR, video analytics, image processing, mobile networking and data centres. Sondrel designs have enabled products by leading technology brands.

Sondrel is well-established, with a 20-year track record of successful delivery, supported by long standing ecosystem partnerships including Arm, TSMC and Samsung. Headquartered in the UK, Sondrel has a global presence with offices in UK, USA, China, India and Morocco.

Solution Briefs

  • thumbnail: Architecting the Future of Automotive SoC's
    Architecting the Future of Automotive SoC's

    Sondrel’s Architecting the Future™ enables accelerated, predictable design execution. The platform includes scalable and extendable ADAS-specific, ISO262 compliant SoC reference architectures which rely on advanced Arm processor and security IP.

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Insights

  • Sondrel complements its Architecting the Future IP platforms with pre-packaged supply Blog
    Sondrel complements its Architecting the Future IP platforms with pre-packaged supply

    At the beginning of a new custom chip development, the most important question is who to partner with to reduce risk and time to market (TTM).

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  • The 10 practical steps to model and design a complex SoC Whitepaper
    The 10 practical steps to model and design a complex SoC

    It is important to model an SoC well in advance to avoid costly over design or insufficient
    performance and to create a hardware emulate on which representative end user applications
    can be run.

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