SyoSil was founded in February 2003 by Peter Jensen, and initially consisted of a number of former employees of MIPS Technologies in Copenhagen, Denmark. At MIPS, our group participated in designing and verifying the World's first synthesizable 64-bit MIPS microprocessor. Later, SyoSil has welcomed new employees from other parts of the industry.
SyoSil employs the correct mix of people with skills in hardware design/verification and computer science to allow us explore new methods, languages and tools in the area of advanced digital design and verification. The emerging technologies in these fields require an extensive understanding of object oriented programming, temporal logic and an increased level of system abstraction.
Our work methodology is based on many years of team experience of doing right-first-time large-scale digital chip designs able to compete in the global market for synthesizable embedded microprocessors. This enables us to dig into problems of any complexity and deliver solutions for both small and large assignments while never compromising the quality, stability and durability of the carried out work.
We strive to be able to deliver well-documented push-button solutions, which can be adapted by our customers and used as basis for further development and changes. We are also able to integrate our services seamlessly into any customer environment and flow, using remote access to the customer systems. This of course also includes close cooperation with engineers at the customer site. The extent of the services performed by SyoSil can scale up and down, depending on the project and its evolution. If required, additional manpower and skills will be attached to a project during its lifetime.
SyoSil honors thorough planning, following up, reporting and delivery of services on time in order to integrate in customer project plans when working on parts of larger projects.