Semiconductor technology influences each and every industry segment directly or indirectly. The key obligations that the hi-tech semiconductor industry now have to attribute, are product and technology diversity, complexities, time-to-market expectations and a balance between global and local market needs.

ALTEN Calsoft Labs provides semiconductor customers with solutions that meet market-driven organizational and technological challenges. We help the entire semiconductor value chain, covering product companies, integrated device manufacturers, fabless firms, equipment manufacturers, open foundries, assembly and test houses, IP/Engineering Design automation tool vendors and electronic manufacturing firms to stay ahead of the competition. Our expertise in VLSI design & verification services can transfer your product ideas into cost effective System-on-Chip (SoC) designs for Networking, Mobile, Multimedia and Consumer Electronics solutions. Some of the key highlights of our Semiconductor Practice include –

  • Multiple engagements with Tier-1 silicon vendors and fabless semiconductor companies from Spec-to-Netlist
  • Focus on latest verification methodologies – OVM, VMM and UVM
  • Verification & validation experience of complex SOC designs up to 10 nm process technology
  • Expertise in implementing complex ASICs in 90nm, 65nm, 40nm, 28nm, 20nm, 16nm, 14nm & 10nm


Design & Verification Services

Leverage our RTL design and GLS, SystemC, AMS and ASIC Verification Services to achieve end-to-end Chip to Cloud solutions.

Physical Design and DFT Services

We offer out-of-the-box Physical Design, DFT, Synthesis and STA services for core hardening and block build development.

FPGA Emulation and Validation

Carry out board bring up, development of test automation frameworks, error diagnosis and system debug utilizing our FPGA Emulation and Validation Services.

Analog and Memory Design

Exploit our expertise in layout of analog components, design of standard cell libraries and more to achieve the best-of-the-breed memory, analog and I/O development.