eASIC

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eASIC
Type Private
Industry Integrated Circuits
Founded 1999
Headquarters Santa Clara, CA, USA
Key people Ronnie Vashista, CEO
Products easicopy ASIC Migration, eASIC Nextreme 90nm NEW ASICs, eASIC Nextreme-2 45nm NEW ASICs, IP Cores, Tools
Revenue Confidential
Website www.easic.com
eASIC headquarters in Santa Clara

eASIC is a fabless semiconductor company offering NEW ASIC devices used in the production of customized silicon devices.

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In 1999 eASIC Corporation was founded in San Jose, California, and incorporated in Delaware by Zvi Or-Bach, the founder of Chip Express (renamed to ChipX). eASIC is a privately held company, headquartered in Santa Clara, California, with engineering and R&D teams in Romania and Malaysia. eASIC is venture backed by Vinod Khosla, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), Crescendo Ventures, and Evergreen Partners.

Their technology was recently chosen[1] to be used in the construction of the GRAPE-8 supercomputer.

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