Siemens Acquires UltraSoC Technologies

June 25, 2020

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Siemens announced it has acquired UltraSoC Technologies, a Cambridge, UK-based provider of instrumentation and analytics solutions.

Siemens announced it has acquired UltraSoC Technologies, a Cambridge, UK-based provider of instrumentation and analytics solutions that put intelligent monitoring, cybersecurity, and functional safety capabilities.

“Siemens’ acquisition of UltraSoC means that for the first time our customers can access not just design-for-test, but a comprehensive ‘Design for Lifecycle Management’ solution for system-on-chips, including functional safety, security, and optimization,” says Tessent vice president and general manager at Siemens Brady Benware, in a press release. “By utilizing design augmentation to detect, mitigate, and eliminate risks throughout the SoC lifecycle, customers can radically improve time-to-revenue, product quality & safety, and profitability.

“UltraSoC has a fast-growing business and impressive customer list and, as part of Siemens, can complement Tessent to create a truly unique offering in the market.”

Per the release, the company plans to integrate UltraSoC’s offerings into the Xcelerator portfolio as part of Mentor’s Tessent™ software product suite.

Further, the acquisition allows Siemens to enable a data-driven infrastructure to enhance product quality, safety and cybersecurity, and the creation of a comprehensive solution.

For more information visit, see www.siemens.com/mentor.

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