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October 25, 2012

Tensilica Shifts to Larger Offices to Accommodate Business Operations and Growing Staff

Tensilica (News - Alert), Inc. recently shifted to a new location at 3393 Octavius Drive, Santa Clara, Calif. to accommodate its growing staff and address its expanding business operations.

The new office location is over a 36,000-square-foot facility, which now staffs more than half of its 190 employees. 

In recent years, Tensilica has witnessed exponential growth within the U.S. and in newer markets based on increasing market demand for products used in audio and baseband DSP (digital signal processing).

In a statement, Jack Guedj, Tensilica president and CEO, said that, "Tensilica's customer base has grown extensively as we have become the recognized leader in DPUs (dataplane processor units) with both our standard subsystem IP solutions and our semi-custom products. Our ability to optimize IP cores using automatic tools has enabled us to get 30 percent or more performance/power/area over competitors yielding strong adoption to date in audio, voice, and baseband signal processing. This has fueled our growth, requiring us to hire additional talent to join our stellar team of employees. This new office space will enable us to work together most effectively and efficiently in servicing and training our growing customer base."

The new location features a larger training facility, and comes with additional conference rooms, state-of-the-art demo facility, and additional space for employees. While the company has expanded its business operations substantially within the U.S., in the last year, Tensilica shifted its R&D and support teams within India and China to larger facilities as well.

Tensilica is one of the premier providers of dataplane processor IP cores and hardware/software solutions for semiconductor companies and OEMs. With more than 200 licensees, Tensilica is one of the experts in dataplane processor IP cores, designed to include the best capabilities of DSPs and CPUs.

Edited by Braden Becker

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