Mobile Semiconductor was founded in 2006 by Cameron Fisher and Stephen Hellriegel to bring advanced memory system concepts to market.
Recognizing the growing performance demands placed on mobile devices by consumers and enterprise, Mobile Semiconductor uses a combination of innovation, patent protection and outsourced manufacturing to deliver next-generation, low power memory systems.
Today, Mobile Semiconductor is the only independent memory compiler vendor specializing in low voltage and rad hard embedded memory solutions.
Mobile Semiconductor is a privately-held U.S.-based company whose executive team has market-proven track records for delivering optimized and innovative embedded SRAM technology. Memory IP by produced by Mobile Semiconductor’s Trailblaze™ software can be targeted for a broad range of market segments, applications and industries.
Mobile Semiconductor’s areas of expertise include low voltage and high speed optimized embedded SRAMs, radiation hardened embedded SRAMs, custom embedded SRAM solutions, built-in self test (BIST) compilers and Mobile Semiconductor’s Trailblaze™ software for generating best-in-class embedded SRAM solutions.
With over 100 years of combined experience in the design and development of high performance memory systems, Mobile Semiconductor’s management and technical teams originate from leading semiconductor and IP companies.
After initial funding in 2007, Mobile Semiconductor was backed in March 2009 with a Series A round of funding led by DataLight, Inc. Since that time, Mobile Semiconductor’s silicon-proven memory solutions have been produced in foundries in Asia, North America and Europe for both commercial and rad hard applications.