Berkeley Analog, Inc.
Breakthrough in Analog Performance

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Berkeley Analog was founded May 2006 in the Silicon Valley by a group of analog design experts, with an average of 20 years of experience working at companies like Texas Instruments, Broadcom, Alcatel, Analog Devices and Maxim.  Our key designers were Professor Paul Gray’s students at University of California at Berkeley.
Our goal is to help high-tech companies to design the most challenging Nanometer Analog IPs (65/40/28/20/16nm), including PLL, ADC/DAC, Serdes PHY, Power Management (DC-DC and LDO), and Smart Sensors.

Berkeley Analog has invented a “Scalable Algorithmic Technology”, or SAT®, which allows us to design Nanometer Analog Circuits with breakthrough performance at lower power, smaller silicon area, and less process-dependent. 

Berkeley Analog has quickly built its reputation with its capability of delivering high-performance Analog IPs to its customers, ranging from $B companies trading on NYSE and Nasdaq, to high-tech companies in the Silicon Valley invested by tier one VCs and corporate investors.

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