Applications such as storage, data centers, and the IoT are driving increased complexity in SoCs. Power, performance, and area (PPA) targets are more aggressive than ever, as is the need to get products to market quickly. The landscape in chip design has changed, too, as electronic components become more ubiquitous. These days, traditional semiconductor companies are being joined by systems companies in developing SoCs. However, not all of these systems companies have extensive chip design teams. For these businesses, it makes sense to work with a design house like Aaroh Labs, as it allows them to focus on their core competencies to create differentiated products. Aaroh Labs’ customers typically provide the specs and the company’s engineers fulfill their requirements in the form of an architecture, RTL code, or a GDSII file.
Seeking an EDA vendor with a solid track record in enabling designs with power efficiency and high performance, Aaroh Labs turned to Synopsys to replace its incumbent design and verification flow. The company is using Synopsys Fusion Design Platform™, Custom Design Platform, and Verification Continuum® Platform to develop its turnkey semiconductor offerings.
“Aaroh Labs requires a predictable and reliable digital implementation, custom design, and verification infrastructure for customers working on next-generation data center, storage, computing, and IoT designs,” said Ranjit Yahswante, Aaroh Lab’s co-founder and CTO. “Synopsys provided us with an integrated, high-performance digital implementation, custom design and verification solution that enables reduced power consumption, successful design closure, and timely project delivery. A trusted supplier, Synopsys delivers the highest technical expertise and innovative technology platforms that address new design and verification challenges, helping us provide our customers with differentiated and superior products.”