Vidatronic, a leader in power-management circuit design and intellectual property licensing, is continuing its expansion with a newly signed lease that will nearly double the size of its current headquarters. The new space is located across from the Texas A&M University College of Engineering in College Station, Texas, which is widely recognized as one of the top electrical engineering programs in the United States.
“This upcoming expansion will provide much-needed space for our fast-growing team and allow us to continue building on our already stellar reputation as specialists in power-management design, particularly in advanced-process nodes as low as 7 nm,” says Moises Robinson, President of Vidatronic. “We decided to stay close to Texas A&M as it grants us access to a pool of extremely talented engineering recruits, but also draws to us a network of highly experienced Texas A&M alumni that have proven to contribute greatly to our success.”
Vidatronic’s power-management intellectual property (IP) circuits are designed for integration into application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) and systems on a chip (SoCs). The company has patented, industry-leading technologies and features that allow customers to reduce required board area and cost, while maintaining desired low-noise and low quiescent-current performance in a variety of applications, from consumer electronics and Internet of Things (IoT) to high-end enterprise communications equipment and servers.