At Deopli, our val­ues inspi­re the pursuit of our goals. We never assume our efforts will lead us to our tar­get. Each jour­ney requires recal­i­bra­tion, ensuring that what we initially thought was right is still right.

We efficiently innovate on behalf of our clients, generating dependable results and analysis on their engineering infrastructure. Our success is sustained by sharing the cost burden for these services amongst our clients. This tactic provides our clients access to results in a shorter timeframe (and in a much more complete form) than internally possible. Our flagship services include benchmarks of new commercial hardware, analysis of new industry technology and leads into the tactical portion of the workload diminishing in execution.

At the dawn of the Semiconductor Design Era, innovation created the competitive differentiation and business advantage. As commercial solutions emerged, they were leveraged in lieu of internally developed solutions due to their cost, personnel, and efficiency advantages. Satisfying peak demand meant buying 2X as much equipment than required. Dynamic transition arose within the Industry’s fabrication sector. An excess in capacity meant potential utilization by other clients during non-peak times. Additionally, the development of fabrication plant infrastructure required specialized focus on optimizing its use, capacity, and capability. In 1987, the first “Fab-only” business arose from the need for specialized skill, reduced cost, and dynamic capacity. Since, the Fabless Semiconductor Industry has grown to a $50B business, with successful companies entrusting their intellectual property (IP) with third-party chip fabricators. Similarly, the Semiconductor Industry now has highly effective commercial solutions for every facet of the semiconductor manufacturing process.

As the Industry evolves, however, the custom infrastructure supporting these processes becomes more of a hindrance than an advantage. Most companies use the same commercial hardware (implemented in a very similar manner) to resolve challenges shared by all infrastructures. Since similar tools and methodologies are being used to solve the same problems, a real opportunity exists to achieve an economy of scale.