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October 31, 2012

Uniquify Moves Corporate Headquarters to San Jose

Uniquify, a company involved in offering system-on-chip (SoC) design, integration and services, has announced that it is moving its corporate headquarters from Santa Clara to San Jose, Calif., to cope with company’s rapid growth and accommodate customer’s requirement.

Company officials said that it is moving to a new location three times bigger than the office space of the company's previous headquarters. The new facility will also offer dedicated on-site engineering working space for its customers. Other than the headquarters, the company has additional design teams in Pune, India and Seoul, Korea.

"The move to San Jose is a testament to Uniquify's success and rapid growth," says Josh Lee, Uniquify's chief executive officer. "We're also staffing up our engineering team to address this growth and the large opportunity in front of us."

The other areas in which Uniquify business is expanding are design services, manufacturing services and IP. In addition to this, the company is also appointing new engineers with logic design, design for test (DFT), physical design and analog design experience to rapidly expand the business and also keep up with demands from its customers.

Uniquify is a privately held company labeled as an innovative developer and provider of patented, adaptive high-performance DDR subsystem semiconductor IP. Its ideas2silicon services range from spec development and front-end design through physical design and delivery of packaged, tested chips.

With more than 100 employees, Uniquify offers 65-, 40- and 28-nanometer SoC design expertise, integration and manufacturing services and high-performance IP to leading semiconductor and system companies worldwide.




Edited by Rachel Ramsey
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