The Intel Programmable Solutions Group, as Altera Corporation, has delivered industry-leading custom logic solutions to customers since 1984. Today, the Intel business unit provides even more industry-leading custom logic solutions, including Cyclone®, Arria®, and Stratix® FPGAs and SoCs, CPLDs, and Enpirion® power management products.


EmLogic is a high quality Embedded Systems design centre in Norway. We specialise in Embedded Software, FPGA and Hardware, and we invest a lot in methodology improvement to assure that we provide the best possible service to our customers. We also help our customers with reviews, sparring, methodology, courses and IP when requested. EmLogic believes in an honest and open relation with our customers.

Lattice Semiconductor

Lattice Semiconductor provides smart connectivity solutions powered by our low power FPGA, video ASSP, 60 GHz millimeter wave, and IP products to the consumer, communications, industrial, computing, and automotive markets worldwide. Our unwavering commitment to our customers enables them to accelerate their innovation, creating an ever better and more connected world.


Microsemi Corporation offers a comprehensive portfolio of semiconductor and system solutions for aerospace & defense, communications, data center and industrial markets. Products include high-performance and radiation-hardened analog mixed-signal integrated circuits, FPGAs, SoCs and ASICs; power management products; custom design capabilities and services; as well as others.


Headquarters in the UK, SamacSys have solved the decade-old problem of free access to high quality PCB library content, for every component and every Engineer. Their customers range from individual engineers to international brands whose revenues run into the $billions. With over 200,000 users in over 180 countries, SamacSys is recognised as the global leader in Electronic Component Library solutions.


Xilinx’s portfolio of software defined and hardware optimized solutions include proven C and IP based design tools that support the development of ‘software defined hardware’, and a new family of software development environments that supports the development of ‘software defined systems’.