Welcome to Methods2Business
Founded in 2010, Methods2Business is a totally new, internationally oriented European design center building the next generation semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) products for Wi-Fi™ communication in modern electronic devices. The company is headquartered in Eindhoven, the Netherlands and has an engineering team in Novi Sad, region Vojvodina in Serbia.
Besides a passion for design methods and first time right IP products, Methods2Business also has a strong sense for collaboration. The company has strategic partnerships with big players in EDA and collaborates with like-minded, but non competing IP providers to jointly demonstrate in 2015 the first Ultra Low Power Wi-Fi™ 802.11ah IP solution enabling the IoT.
By using Cadence world class EDA tools and a unique, but proven SystemC-based design methodology and flow, Methods2Business engineers build the full hardware and software of extremely complex Wi-Fi™ IP products in extraordinarily short periods of time. The approach not only furnishes high quality products that can enter the market quickly, but also easy to customize products for dealing with late spec changes or for offering customers the ability to differentiate their end products.
- 03 May
Wi-Fi HaLow™ with Xtensa® Fusion® DSP, Automotive track on May 2nd - SystemC-based design with Xtensa® Fusio…
- 23 Nov 2015
Aegis-IP is created to support the line of Wireless Connectivity Solutions of Methods2Business and Adapt-IP.
- 21 Sep 2015
Methods2Business and IMEC-NL sign an agreement to formalize their collaboration on Ultra-Low_Power 802.11ah Wi…
- 07 Aug 2015
Cadence and Methods2Business sign Engineering Services Partner License Agreement for IP development on Tensili…
- 09 Jun 2015
Methods2Business CEO Marleen Boonen will talk how their SystemC-based design flow for building upcoming Wi-Fi …
- 09 Jun 2015
Methods2Business will present their advanced SystemC-based design flow to build the hardware and software of t…
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