August 2, 2011 -- Sidense Corp. announced today that the its SiPROM 1T-Fuse OTP macro family at 130nm has met the requirements of TSMC's rigorous IP9000 Assessment Program.
Sidense offers a complete line of off-the-shelf 130-nm macros covering bit counts from 8kbits to 512kbits. The 130-nm macro family has been used by customers to replace ROM, store secure keys and handle configuration-specific information for many applications including authentication, USB, HDMI, digital power management and PC camera controllers.
"As more of our OTP products pass the IP9000 Assessment requirements during the coming months, we continue to give our TSMC foundry services customers assurance that our 1T-Fuse-based OTP will meet the highest level of quality requirements over a wide range of process nodes and variants," said Rheal Gervais, Vice President of Operations at Sidense.
Sidense has licensed its 1T-Fuse-based OTP macros from 180nm to 40nm to over 70 new customer designs in the last four quarters.