Sigenics was formed in 2000 to develop silicon devices to aid in biomedical research. We have grown to become a designer and supplier of “private label” silicon chips to OEM manufacturers of electronic equipment.
We work with our clients to specify and design the operation of their custom devices, and deliver tested silicon devices in production quantities. Our clients serve a wide range of markets including biomedical, RFID, test equipment, aerospace, military and industrial controls.
We pride ourselves as an ISO9001 company and we adhere to a stringent set of quality management requirements. Our compliance also means that we are able to provide all engineering paper trails required by FDA and other regulatory associations.
Sigenics respects the intellectual property rights of our clients and all information is kept confidential.
We are headquartered in Chicago IL with additional offices in Irwindale CA.
Radiation hardened OTP array
December 2014 Sigenics begins life-testing of proprietary radiation hardened OTP array intended for space applications.
Sigenics technology used in cluster headache implant
August 2014 Doctors at Ohio State University have implanted a neurostimulator containing a Sigenics-designed chip. The chip handles command and control functions, power conversion and neural stimulation, stimulating the sphenopalatine ganglion nerve bundle ...
D2P Magazine interviews Douglas Kerns
December 2012: Design 2 Part Magazine interviewed Sigenics co-founder Douglas Kerns and published an article about Sigenics and custom circuits. Read the article here: "Is a Custom Circuit Right for You?"
Sigenics tapes out Rad-hard design on Honeywell SOI4
July 2014: Sigenic taped out a radiation hardened avionics product on Honeywell's SOI4 process. There were 8 die plus test structures in the reticle, including a proprietary OTP cell.
Sigenics expands in California
January 2014: Sigenics is proud to announce the opening of our new Irwindale CA location. This additional manufacturing and engineering space serves to augment Sigenics hi-rel manufacturing capabilities.