MFS is engaged with leading vendors and system houses in the industry. Following is a partial list of current and past engagements.
Model Foundry Services supplies Elpida with models of Elpida's advanced memories.
Flasys pioneered the IP industry by allowing Model Foundry Services to provide behavioral models of their innovative non-volatile memory solutions.
IDT has been a customer since 1998. Model Foundry Services has developed of a number of important FIFO, SRAM, and Multi-port SRAM models for IDT.
In the words of our customer:
"I have worked with FMF for 3 1/2 years, they have been very helpful and easy
to work with."
- Stewart Speed, Applications Engineer, FIFO Memory Products
Intel was the first IC vendor to ask FMF to host their internally developed models in 1996. In 2007 we began creating models on their behalf.
"Our interest in working with MFS to develop VHDL/Verilog models for Intel's flash memory products was a direct result of multiple customer requests for FMF models."
FMF is proud to supply Raytheon with models and services.
Acuson/Siemens has been a user of FMF models since 1997.
"On the Advanced Video Display design at Acuson, the main
challenge to design verification was the
lack of simulation models, especially for the JPEG part. But with FMF
models, we successfully brought up simulation, which was invaluable.
During board prototyping, we simulated problems we had on the board for easy
logic debug, shortening our time to market."
- Roxanna Ganji
"FMF models gave us the fastest and most reliable path
to achieving systems verification. With FMF models, there
was no need to re-invent the wheel. These proven models
gave us what we needed to verify our design."
- Paul Song
We are honoured by Spansion's decision to have us model thousands of their flash memory parts.
"At TRW we have used FMF models for our circuit board simulations. The ECLPS
library has been especially beneficial. It is a large collection of high-speed
part models. Having the source code available makes it easy to maintain our
circuit board libraries. The models are easily reanalyzed (compiled) as the
CAD tools change. FMF keeps us up to date on new releases, and there
are no license fees. I personally don't know of any other repository
of component models that is so user friendly."
- R. Steele, TRW