HSINCHU, Taiwan - Global Unichip Corporation (GUC) today celebrates its 20th anniversary with a party at its Hsinchu, T...
HSINCHU, Taiwan - Global Unichip Corporation (GUC), has expanded its global influence with the opening of its newest office in Nanjing, China...
GUC Functional Safety Design Flow recently earned ISO 26262 ASIL-D certification from Germany SGS-TUV and now provides a complete, certified automotive safety design service. GUC has established a dedicated automotive safety design team whose members have all earned AFSP-SC (Automotive Functional Safety Professional for Semiconductor) certification. The company is now one of the few ASIC providers to offer ISO26262, AEC-Q100, IATF 16949 services.
The company's ISO26262 services help customers meet all ISO26262 specifications including hazard analysis, safety mechanism development, verification and production for IP/SoC front-end design, back-end physical design, and production phases.
As a result, GUC provides a complete automotive service that includes IP/SoC ISO26262 Functional Safety Design, AEC Q100 Qualification, and ISO/TS (IATF) 16949 Manufacturing Control compliance.
"GUC's achievement of both ISO26262 and AEC-Q100 qualification is an ASIC industry game-changer because it opens a new source of automotive-specific services to typically underserved mid-sized and small innovators who want to participate in that fast growing market," said Dr. Ken Chen, President, GUC.
"Last year, IC sales to the automotive market segment climbed nearly 12% over 2015 shipments to an estimated $22.9 billion, according to the 2017 IC Market Drivers report, so being able to help companies capitalize on this growth opportunity holds significant importance," Dr. Chen explained.
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