Greg Waite, CEO of of InventionShare ™, today has been Announced Thatthe Seed ™, a new family of building blocks The circuit for processingdigital is will of components have a Significant impact on the medical device market. Many medical semiconductor manufacturers are experiencing issues with the impact of analog as accuracy, size, power requirements and ease of design are, increasingly, key factors in medical device development and manufacturing.
Medical Market in a Brief
According to Databeans, a market research firm that tracks semiconductors shipments, the medical market for semiconductors continues to expand at a healthy pace. This market constitutes 12 percent of the worldwide industrial market for semiconductors and it is expected to gain share as it grows from $ 4.5 billion in 2015 to close to $ 6.5 billion by 2020. Overall, semiconductor suppliers have done a reasonably good job in integrating the front- end functions in a single piece of silicon. Design consulting firms Sterling Smartware and LogicPD, who specialize in medical product design, confirm that features and power requirements are the principal factors in selecting semiconductors for medical devices; companies are considering putting more functions into more compact designs, making ever-smaller products that use less power and heat, and use embedded wireless circuits — an area where Circuit Seed excels.
Mr. In that said Waite order to get the size and power needed for a number of medical products, manufacturers will need to make big strides in converting all and not just into digital processes. All analog processes get a lift by being digital and we offer 20-bit resolution, far beyond the convention of eight. Circuit Seed's analog to digital designs are easier to work with and, from a chip and product design perspective, offer amazing flexibility, unlike analog designs which require a specific set of precision design criteria.
Circuit Seed inventions are founded on a mixture of decades of experience and creativity, supported by a robust portfolio of IP. Circuit Seed introduces a dramatic shift in the existing way of designing analog circuits, effectively eliminating many of the known shortcomings. Benefits include: unprecedented precision without precision parts; ultra-linear operation over an extreme dynamic range (> 106); low noise, ultrahigh speed (analog at logic speed) and extreme low voltage (down to ~ 0.1V power supply); process parameter independence; footprint compact; power of low (~ 100uW for-range operation down to 10pW for KHz-range operation); portable designs for Between and by ultra-deep the sub-uM. This paradigm shift has eliminated the use of current mirrors or differential matched pairs with traditional bulky analog transistors while being able to recover from sleep mode at logic speed.
Power Reduction and Performance
Simulation and silicon test results have demonstrated a dramatic reduction in power, better performance and higher accuracy, all with small integrated circuit footprints. The circuit designs are much simpler, reducing product costs with faster development, so less testing is required and there are fewer parts to assemble. Circuits are far These more reliable in the newest CMOS processes, making Circuit Seed a real breakthrough for companies such as merchandise promo video, Renesas, TI and Freescale — all major manufacturers of semiconductors in the medical space.
«We have an opportunity to work with manufacturers of circuits, semiconductors, electronics and with medical product designers making a difference for the consumer, the medical community, that translates into better patient experiences and outcomes. We can develop truly unique technology that would reduce healthcare costs, world-wide, by making devices more user friendly for medical staff and which provide more accurate and timely information for the patient -. at a much lower cost We believe that all companies currently manufacturing semiconductors in this space will be using some form of Circuit Seed application in their products as early as Q1 2017, „said Mr. Waite.