There’s a popular misconception that only large companies can afford a custom ASIC. The first step is to assess if an ASIC could be a reasonable solution in a client’s application. Some requirements might preclude the practical use of an ASIC. For example, the small physical size of an ASIC limits the ability of the ASIC to dissipate large amounts of power. If an initial assessment shows there may be a place for an ASIC in the application the second step requires gathering more details about the ASIC requirements and issuing a formal quotation.
Read more about what it takes to design, build, and implement ASIC technology below.