asicNorth Chooses North Carolina for New Design Center
Williston, VT -- asicNorth Inc., one of the fastest growing design service companies in the United States, is announcing plans to expand their operations into the Research Triangle Park area of North Carolina. The company is currently hiring experienced engineers and will be conducting multiple job fairs in the region, with the first scheduled for July 12th through 14th.
“In response to increasing demand, asicNorth is further expanding its operations,” said President Mike Slattery. “In today’s uncertain economy, high tech companies are turning to design service providers to extend their existing design teams and accelerate product development schedules.”
In its 12th year in business, asicNorth offers a broad range of VLSI design services from digital design to analog-mixed signal design to hardware-based characterization. Furthermore, asicNorth can engage with several different business models to meet project requirements. This flexibility enables asicNorth to be a strong development collaborator.
“We have collaborated with asicNorth for over four years on complex mixed-signal designs for many IBM custom logic programs; ” said John Chickanosky, Memory and Protocol Manager, IBM. “We appreciate the added flexibility and options this expansion enables.”
“The Research Triangle and the City of Raleigh are excited to have a company like ASIC North locate to our community. Their commitment is another example of how a talented workforce can attract industry”, said James Sauls, Director of Raleigh Economic Development.
“We’re delighted to become part of the business community in one of the premier research areas of the world,” said Slattery. “The Raleigh-Durham area is an ideal location for our next design center. Our research shows the technology industry located in the region provides the business opportunities and skilled workforce required to fuel this latest expansion. We believe our new design center in North Carolina is strategic to the future success of asicNorth.”