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Endura Technologies (International) Ltd, a fabless semiconductor company providing power management solutions to the microelectronics industry, is adding 40 engineers to its Irish operations resulting in a 50+ strong R&D team by the end of 2018. The company also announced the positive progress of its design implementation in advanced FinFET process node based on silicon measurements. This follows earlier announcement of commercial partnership between Endura Technologies and MediaTek that aims at demonstrating power, performance, and area improvements at advanced process nodes.
Endura Technologies (International) Ltd, with headquarters in Dublin, Ireland, is a fabless semiconductor company providing leading edge power management solutions for the microelectronics industry. We have developed patented disruptive system-level solutions for low-power mobile devices in the most advanced process nodes. Our two main focus areas are embedded power management for very demanding system-on-chip (SoC) CPU type applications, as well as stand-alone power management integrated circuits (PMICs). Endura's eVR™, sVR™, eTC™ solutions provide unprecedented reduction in bill of material and power usage, while also increasing performance.
Endura Technologies is a fully funded enterprise and is a member of the Bridgewest Group.
Commenting on the announcement, Dr. Taner Dosluoglu CEO at Endura Technologies (International) Ltd. said: “Together with our commercial partners we have developed a disruptive embedded power management technology that will provide a competitive advantage in advanced FinFET nodes improving the performance while reducing the power consumption. We came to Ireland in order to establish a world-class engineering team in Dublin and we had high expectations of the role this R&D team would play in Endura Technologies’ growth and success. The accomplishments of our Dublin R&D team - in a very short time - has surpassed our highest expectations and we are immensely proud of them. We are looking forward to introducing our technology into more products in 2017 and grow our R&D team in Dublin accordingly.”
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|No of jobs:||40|
|Jobs take effect:||next 2 years|