July 8, 2019 -- U.S.-based Omni Design Technologies, a developer of high-performance ultra-low-power analog and mixed-signal IP cores continues its rapid expansion of core R&D capability with the inauguration of ODT India Center of Excellence, Pvt Ltd, in Bangalore, India. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Omni Design Technologies Inc., ODT India will supplement the advanced design and development teams in California and Massachusetts with high-quality engineering talent in India.
"Bangalore has some of the best engineers in the world doing cutting-edge work in advanced semiconductor process nodes, as well as being home to almost every leading system and semiconductor development company in the world," said Dr. Kush Gulati, CEO of Omni Design in a statement. "India is where many of our customers have their development teams. We know from personal experience that some of the brightest engineers in the world are from India. In addition, the passion for IC design that you see in Bangalore will help drive the next phase of growth in the semiconductor industry. We want to leverage this passion and engineering expertise to continue delivering disruptive solutions to our customers".
Omni Design plans to grow aggressively in India, with hiring limited only by the availability of top talent. The center will contribute to all the company's product lines and expertise, with emphasis on advanced digital signal processing, deep submicron physical design, and high-performance analog design.
About Omni Design Technologies:
Omni Design Technologies (http://www.omnidesigntech.com) designs and develops the world's highest-performance ultra-low power embedded IP cores by leveraging our revolutionary and proprietary SWIFT™ circuit technology. Omni's mission is to provide a wide range of disruptive ultra-low-power, high-performance embedded circuits that enable advanced systems applications, including 5G wireless communications, automotive ethernet, and automotive LIDAR. Omni is staffed by semiconductor industry veterans, world class technologists from MIT, and experienced entrepreneurs.