Thalia is a pioneering venture-funded company with a unique technology and business approach that is revolutionizing one of the most challenging sectors of today’s global electronics industry: analog/RF design and IP reuse.
And yet analog and mixed signal design has remained stubbornly unreceptive to the kind of end-to-end automation that has become commonplace in the digital domain.
Thalia Design Automation is redefining that landscape. We combine the experience of an expert analog design team, with a unique development methodology and the use of our AMALIA™ platform, our proprietary and highly innovative design automation technology.
Cost-effective analog IP reuse
This combination represents a truly disruptive force in analog design. We enable versatile analog IP reuse strategies and cost-effective diversification of our customers’ product ranges; rapid process node retargeting allows every design to be performance-tuned in the most cost-effective, power-efficient process available.
There are many practical benefits to this new approach, including:
- Faster project turnaround
- More cost-effective than using customers’ internal engineering resources
- Allows internal teams to focus on innovation and value-add
AMALIA design enabling software
AMALIA tools and methodologies provide multiple benefits in the analog development flow
- Assist in porting of schematics from one technology to another
- Support our design team in validating and centering their design post migration
- Enable the generation of circuit variants: e.g. low power, different loads, or area-optimization
- Enable rapid qualification of the circuit topology in a new process node
- Facilitate analysis and understanding of the impact of trading off circuit characteristics
AMALIA integrates with Cadence® and Mentor® design flows and leverages industry standard simulators such as Spectre, APS, Eldo and AFS.
Thalia Design Automation has facilities in Cwmbran UK and Hyderabad India and satellite offices in Germany and France. The company’s target customers include integrated circuit (IC) design companies and IP houses. The company’s investors include Mercia Fund Managers and Finance Wales: it has also received grant funding from Innovate UK and The Welsh Government.