- Date 11 May 2021
Silicon integrated circuits (ICs or chips) have evolved to depend on software to define what tasks they perform, enabling them to execute a variety of tasks, which is ideal for complex applications like smartphones and computers. But when we talk about the Internet of Everything (IoE), low price, rather than programmability, is the most important design consideration. In general, the majority of IoE applications require a customised chip with optimised memory, connectivity and sensing configurations. Vincent Barlier from PragmatIC Semiconductor explains why our unique FlexIC Foundry service is ideally suited for designers who want to iterate cost-optimised solutions for the IoE market.