Quest Global, one of the world’s fastest growing engineering services firms, announced it has joined the Arm® Approved Design Partner program. This recognition further enables Quest Global to better support the organizations, by combining its expertise in designing ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) and Custom SoCs (Systems on Chip) with Arm’s powerful IP catalog.
As an Arm Approved Design Partner, Quest Global will have select access to Arm’s vast library of IP, tools and models, as well as roadmap updates. This partnership will further strengthen Quest Global’s reputation as a partner of choice by providing access to its team of extraordinary silicon engineers and offering Arm customers with design support to deliver Arm-based SoCs specifically augmented for target markets.
Speaking on the occasion, Satish Bagalkotkar, CTO, Semiconductor at Quest Global said, “It is a very proud moment for all of us. This association will allow us to support our customers with ASIC development, helping them fast track their projects to market. Our international presence, wide range of expertise, brilliant team of engineers and our ability to deliver on our commitments no matter how challenging, will further enhance our capabilities to solve challenges faced across industries.”
The organization currently supports designs up to 3nm and 60% of its silicon engineers work on 7/6/5/4/3 nm technology nodes. The semiconductor team at Quest Global has already supported 300+ custom SoC tape-outs in the last five years delivering organization specific requirements, achieving desired design frequency and low power performance targets at the target technology nodes.
“The Arm Approved Design Partner program was built to connect industry leading organizations with customers looking to successfully implement custom designs based on Arm IP,” said Ciarán Dunne, vice president and general manager, Partner Enablement at Arm. “Our partners can now confidently approach Quest Global to help them with the required expertise and know-how to build Arm-based ASICs and SoCs.”