We recognize that each customer has different business demands. Brite is able to offer flexible business model to its customers. The following list summarizes the most commonly used handoff models available to Brite’s customers
The following traditional handoff models:
Pure service handoff: Brite receives RTL or Netlist from the customer and delivers GDSII to the customer
Turnkey handoff: Brite receives RTL or Netlist from the customer and delivers packaged and tested parts to the customer.
GDSII Tapeout handoff: Brites receives GDSII from the customer and takes responsibility for foundry release, packaging, and test development of the product
Production handoff: The customer can leverage the buying power of Brite and only relies on Brite for the manufacturing of the device.
In addition to scenarios listed above, Brite is also able to customize each engagement model to the specific demands of their customers.
For example, some customers have built sales and marketing channels, but they don’t have the resources in ASIC design. In this case, Brite created a technology exchange platform to help them complete ASIC designs and shorten time to market. Customer can also build their engineering team through itemized design and increase the technical capability.
Brite is also able to work with customers that are mandated to use their own testers, IP, or certain EDA tools. This flexible model can be even extended to cases that customers are in need of firmware drivers or evaluation systems for their ASICs. Brite’s team is committed to take on what is needed to get the job done.
Brite’s business philosophy is: Brite thrives on customer’s success.