Attopsemi Released White Paper "I-fuse - Most Reliable and Fully Testable OTP" - Hsinchu, Taiwan – January 20, 2021 -- Attopsemi, innovator of I-fuse™ one-time programmable (OTP) IP provider, today announced the availability of a white paper titled “I-fuse™ --- Most Reliable and Fully Testable OTP”. This paper discusses performance characteristics of I-fuse™, a non-breaking fuse technology.
Attopsemi Achieves ISO 9001 Certification for IP Quality Management System - Hsinchu, Taiwan, Dec. 9, 2020 -- Attopsemi™ today is proud to announce achieving ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System certification by SGS, one of the world’s largest certification bodies. Passing certification validates Attopsemi™ has fully met the stringent requirements of international high standards for IP quality, documentation and procedures required to serve our customers.
I-fuse: A disruptive OTP technology for with excellent manufacturability - 16 November 2015
Attopsemi's I-fuse* is a disruptive fuse-based OTP technology based on true electromigration with excellent manufacturability. Conventional ways of programming a fuse is by applying a large current to break the fuse such that the program behavior is like an explosion.
ProPlus Design Solutions' NanoSpice Giga(TM) Simulator Adopted by Attopsemi - SAN JOSE, CA, May 19, 2015 (Marketwired via COMTEX) -- ProPlus Design Solutions, Inc. today announced Attopsemi Technology Co., of Hsinchu, Taiwan, developer of state-of-art logic-compatible one-time-programmable (OTP) memory intellectual property (IP), has adopted its high-capacity, high-performance parallel GigaSpice simulator for giga-scale circuit simulation.
Vanguard International Signs OTP IP License Agreement with Attopsemi Technology - Hsinchu, Taiwan - April 6, 2015 - , Vanguard International Semiconductor Corporation, a leading specialty IC foundry, announced today that it recently signed One-Time Programmable (OTP) IP license agreement with Attopsemi Technology Co., LTD, a fuse-based OTP IP provider across all CMOS processes from 0.5um to 0.11um, including mixed signal, high voltage and BCD processes.