MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Aug. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Flex Logix® Technologies, Inc. the leading supplier of embedded FPGA (eFPGA) IP, architecture and software, announced today that it has hired Quantum Leap Sales in response to growing demand for its leading eFPGA platform in North America. Already designed in by Harvard, Sandia National Labs, SiFive, HiPer Consortium, DARPA and others not yet announced, Flex Logix's EFLX® solution is rapidly being embraced by chip designers around the world because it significantly increases the return on investment required to bring complex chips to market.
"eFPGA is poised to be the next big market for semiconductor IP. Flex Logix is well-positioned to emerge as the leader in this industry with the most dense, fastest, most scalable and quickest-to-port solution available," said Andy Jaros, vice president of sales for Flex Logix. "Partnering with Quantum Leap Sales will enable us to better support this growth by providing the additional technical resources needed to sign new customers, expand into new markets and provide better service and support."
"Flex Logix's EFLX platform is a strong complement to our existing IP portfolio and we are excited to start offering its capabilities to chip designers throughout North America," said Mike Ingster, founder and president of Quantum Leap Sales. "We anticipate rapid interest for eFPGA throughout the country due to its unprecedented flexibility combined with its ability to accelerate performance of key functions drastically compared to traditional processors."
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About Flex Logix
Flex Logix provides embedded FPGA (eFPGA) architectures, software and semiconductor IP. eFPGA makes chips more flexible by accelerating key workloads 10-100x faster than processors, updating critical algorithms or protocols, or customizing expense chips for multiple applications. Flex Logix has unique, patented technology for implementing eFPGA which allows Flex Logix eFPGA to be as dense and fast as full-custom FPGA designs, but deliverable with few metal layers and in any CMOS process node in 6-8 months, for any size array with AI/DSP/RAM options. Flex Logix has secured approximately $13 million of venture backed capital, is headquartered in Mountain View, California and has sales rep offices in China, Europe, Israel, Japan, Taiwan. More information can be obtained at http://www.flex-logix.com or follow on Twitter at @efpga.