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Uniquify – Fabless SoC Design and Manufacturing

Trusted Partner with Consistent Track Record of Success

Founded 11 years ago in Silicon Valley (San Jose, California) by a semiconductor industry veteran, Uniquify’s vision is to become one of the world’s leading high-end System-On-a-Chip(SoC) design and fabless manufacturing businesses.  It employs new design principles and software algorithms to dramatically increase performance and lower development cost and time-to-market of semiconductor products for the visual, mobile, and networking segments.  This gives Uniquify a competitive advantage in the fabless semiconductor marketplace.

Uniquify is among the most experienced SoC design, planning, and execution companies with hundreds of successfully completed designs for its customers. Further, its innovative design technologies and semiconductor intellectual properties have set it apart in the marketplace.  Uniquify has created Perseus, its own proprietary development, planning and implementation software platform for SoCs based on an internal next-generation architecture.  Uniquify’s design teams use Perseus to dramatically lower development cost by improving the productivity of the engineering team and delivering higher-quality and more robust designs.  This directly impacts the business of larger electronics system companies by improving the feature set and performance of their products, while at the same time reducing end-product cost, and getting premium products to market faster.

The innovative technology in Perseus combined with its experienced design team has made Uniquify a “go-to” SoC design and implementation partner for some of the world’s largest and most important electronics companies.  These and many other companies use Uniquify as an SoC partner to provide specialized SoC chips and semiconductor intellectual property (IP).

"LG considers system reliability to be the most important design aspect of a consumer entertainment system, making it a top priority. We believe using Uniquify's patented DDR technology will be crucial in helping us achieve our goal."
Mr. Dae-Hyeop Ko, Research Fellow, LG Electronics