Vidatronic Announces New Silicon-Proven Power Management Unit Intellectual Property Core for Samsung Foundry

College Station, TX – 02 JULY 2019 -- Vidatronic, Inc., a leading provider of analog, power management unit (PMU) and CMOS radio frequency (RF) Intellectual Property (IP) licenses, today announced the release of the latest addition to their Power Quencher® series, the VLDS0300LS130, a low dropout (LDO) voltage regulator IP core optimized for battery-powered devices where low power is critical.

The VLDS0300LS130 Power Quencher® IP core is a low-power, fully-integrated LDO voltage regulator that achieves a low-noise output voltage without the use of external components, thus saving package pins and valuable PC board space. These features make this architecture ideal for applications where size, output voltage accuracy, and output noise are of concern, especially for Internet of Things (IoT) and other wireless applications. The IP core can support input voltages from 2.5 to 6.0 V, output voltages from 1.2 to 5.5 V, and provides up to 300 mA of load current.

Vidatronic recently entered into a partnership with Samsung Foundry to provide analog IP core designs for licensing through SAFE™, Samsung Advanced Foundry Ecosystem. Through a collaboration with Samsung Foundry, Vidatronic will help mutual customers achieve product feature and performance advantages in their SoC designs by providing its patented, industry-leading analog and PMU technology, silicon-proven in Samsung’s 130nm BCD process technology.   

“We are committed to providing certified design enablement solutions to a wide range of customers including existing strategic customers as well as innovative, new start-ups. Through partnerships with IP providers, we will continue to serve customers with a comprehensive set of silicon qualified, application specific IP offerings from the early stage of process technology development,” said Hyungjong Ko, Vice President of IP Development Team at Samsung Electronics. “Vidatronic’s Power Quencher® LDO technology is expected to deliver impressive performance benefits as well as area savings for our customers’ SoC designs and we are pleased to work with Vidatronic to strengthen our foundry ecosystem.”

“We are very excited to be contributing our team’s analog expertise to Samsung Foundry. We have extensive experience with analog, PMU, and RF design, particularly in advanced processes as low as 5 nm, with a history of first-time success in silicon production,” said Moises Robinson, Ph.D., President and Co-Founder of Vidatronic, Inc. “The release of this Power Quencher® IP and announcement of the partnership with Samsung Foundry will allow customers to more easily leverage our technology to enable faster, more reliable SoC designs with distinct performance advantages over their competition.”

The VLDS0300LS130 Power Quencher® IP core is immediately available. If you are interested in licensing, please contact Vidatronic at Email Contact.

About Vidatronic, Inc.

Vidatronic, founded in 2010, helps customers by licensing our latest Intellectual Property (IP) designs, including analog, power management unit (PMU) and CMOS radio frequency (RF) solutions, for integration into their application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) and systems on a chip (SoCs). Our capabilities help customers achieve product feature and performance advantages. Our service gets them to market faster and our experience reduces overall risk. We have patented industry-leading technologies and features that allow our customers to reduce required board area and cost, while maintaining the desired low-noise and low quiescent-current performance in a variety of applications, from consumer electronics to servers. Our IP portfolio includes low dropout (LDO) voltage regulators, DC-DC converters, ultra-low-power voltage references, CMOS RF power amplifiers and associated circuitry.

For more information visit


Brittany Torres
Strategic Marketing Manager
Email Contact

Review Article Be the first to review this article

 Advanced Asembly

Featured Video
Roberto FrazzoliEDACafe Editorial
by Roberto Frazzoli
IBM’s 2nm chip; EDA updates; AI updates; acquisitions
More Editorial  
Latest Blog Posts
Bob Smith, Executive DirectorBridging the Frontier
by Bob Smith, Executive Director
Next Week’s Main Event: The ESD Alliance CEO Outlook
Anupam BakshiAgnisys Automation Review
by Anupam Bakshi
Automating the UVM Register Abstraction Layer (RAL)
Technical Product Manager- SISW-EDA 238452 for Siemens AG at Fremont, California
Electronics Engineer for Lockheed Martin at Sunnyvale, California
Test and Measurement System Architect for Xilinx at San Jose, California
ASIC SoC Verification Engineer for Ericsson at Austin, Texas
Business Operations Planner for Global Foundaries at Santa Clara, California
Senior HID Sensor Algorithm Architect for Apple Inc at Cupertino, California
Upcoming Events
DVCon China 2021 at Shanghai China - May 26, 2021
CadenceLIVE Americas 2021 at United States - Jun 8 - 9, 2021
DesignCon 2021 at San Jose McEnery Convention Center San Jose, CA San Jose CA - Aug 16 - 18, 2021
True Circuits PHY

© 2021 Internet Business Systems, Inc.
670 Aberdeen Way, Milpitas, CA 95035
+1 (408) 882-6554 — Contact Us, or visit our other sites:
AECCafe - Architectural Design and Engineering TechJobsCafe - Technical Jobs and Resumes GISCafe - Geographical Information Services  MCADCafe - Mechanical Design and Engineering ShareCG - Share Computer Graphic (CG) Animation, 3D Art and 3D Models
  Privacy PolicyAdvertise