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Silego Technology from now on available at setron GmbH
Small-size and cost-efficient configurable mixed signal ICs
With their sales offices in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Czechia and Hungary, setron expand Silego's distribution network in Central and Eastern Europe, thus ensuring a dependable availability of the Silego products in these countries.
As a design-in distributor focused on technology with a renowned distribution network and utmost customer focus setron thus extend their product range by technologically advanced and innovative mixed signal IC components.
Silego develops and distributes highly configurable power-, logic and timing mixed signal ICs, shortly referred to as CMICs (configurable mixed signal IC products). CMIC products integrate medium-precision analog components, discrete digital logic and passive components into inexpensive programmable, small-size ICs. CMIC products provide advantages such as a reduced system parts count, thus allowing for less board space, lower power consumption as well as reduced BOM costs.
Silego's GreenPAK product range consists of one-time programmable mixed signal arrays. Designed for stand-alone operation, in many cases they are suited to replace 4-bit and 8-bit microcontrollers in simple stand-alone applications. In conjunction with GreenCLK (timing) and GreenFET (power sequencing) product lines, it is possible to remove up to 20-30 % of all components on larger computation and communication system boars. GreenPAKs are configured with an intuitive GreenPAK Designer Software and a USB-based GreenPAK Development Kit. Since configuration requires no programming language or compiler, design engineers are able to configure, program and test their custom GreenPAKs within a few minutes.
With Silego's GreenFET loads switches, power rails can be switched on and off more efficiently and with increased flank control / in a more efficient linear matter. GreenFET load wwitches by Silego substantially reduce part count, thus saving sleep mode power and PCB area at a cost partiy with existing solutions. The GreenFET-Treiber are ideally suitable for meeting EnergyStar specifications without increasing cost.
Silego GreenCLK is a silicon based crystal replacement technology with a frequency of 32,768 kHz. When combined with a MHz crystal, they yield a cost effective IC, sometimes with multiple 32,768 kHz clock outputs as well as MHz outputs. GreenCLK- clock replacements are less susceptible to ageing (?) than conventional crystals, offering an improved resilience to vibration and shock. Thanks to their lower component count and the reduced footprint, board space is lower, thus helping to reduce system costs considerably.
"With Silego we can present a most interesting manufacturer in our linecard whose products already account for an immense customer interest", says Bernd Riemann, responsible for technical marketing at setron's field application engineering department. "During the presentations, there is hardly ever a customer who doesn't discover fields of application for these innovative products and will start to put them into practice straight away."
Silego Technology, Inc. is a fabless semiconductor company headquartered in Santa Clara, California with a branch in Taiwan. Furthermore, they operate additional design/technology centers in China, Korea and Ukraine. Founded in 2001, it offers four product lines with more than 200 products in total. The product families comprise programmable mixed signal arrays, power control- timing and IC technology.
Silego's customers include many leading OEMs that manufacture and sell Personal Computers systems, data communication equipment, and consumer electronic devices. Silego was recognized in 2010 by Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Rising Star ranking as one of the fastest growing technology companies in Silicon Valley.
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