Inomize is appointed as TSMC Value Chain Aggregator (VCA) partner

Netanya, Israel –– February 13, 2018 –– Inomize, a leading provider of turnkey, ASIC and SoC design solutions, is appointed by TSMC as one of its authorized VCA partners. As a TSMC VCA partner, Inomize is able to provide its customers with a full turnkey solution from initial design to volume production in TSMC’s most advanced silicon processes and manufacturing fabs. Inomize is a world-class ASIC vendor that collaborates with TSMC to provide powerful, competitive solutions to its customers.

“Based on Inomize's excellent track record for first-time design success, TSMC is pleased to welcome Inomize to the VCA program where Inomize leverages its value-added services, industry presence and design expertise to best serve emerging and system companies. Entrepreneurial ASIC teams can increase their knowledge while accelerating their time-to-market by tapping into the resources of TSMC and Inomize,” said Maria Marced, President, TSMC EMEA. “We have a long history collaborating with Inomize on design and manufacturing. The combination of TSMC technologies and Inomize’s expert support team will help emerging new players bring their innovations to the world.”

“Inomize and its employees are very proud to be named a VCA partner for TSMC, one of very few across the globe. This partnership is another layer of solutions that Inomize provides to its customers that are span across various domains like HPC, CNN, DL/ML, IoT, XR, AI, and others, together with the world leader of ASIC manufacturing” says Udi Shaked, CEO of Inomize.

About VCA program

TSMC's Value Chain Aggregator (VCA) program extends TSMC’s ability to serve a broader range of customer. VCA members are independent design service companies working closely with TSMC to help system companies, ASIC companies, and emerging start-up customers bring their innovations to production.

VCAs integrate design enablement building blocks within TSMC's Open Innovation Platform® (OIP) and provide specific services at each link in the IC value chain, including IP development, design backend, wafer manufacturing, assembly, and testing.