THz imaging in Silicon @ Caeleste University

We visited our colleagues from Caeleste to give them an introduction into the possibilities of THz imaging in Silicon. Very fun and interactive session!

From LinkedIn:

Thanks to Wouter Steyaert, CEO at Tusk IC, for his talk “THz in Silicon” which he gave at Caeleste University last Friday. It was great to see the possibility that smart design can open at these frequencies. Keep up the good work! Maarten Tytgat

Start-up pitches at Business Connection Forum 2018

Our CEO Wouter Steyaert pitching Tusk IC’s custom mmWave IC design at Silicon Europe’s Business Connection Forum at Infineon Technologies headquarters in Munich. Very positive feedback during the reception afterwards 😉 This event took place before the Electronica fair and was the perfect moment to meet people for Silicon Europe and NY Loves Nanotech, as well as the many and diverse start-ups in the electronics ecosystem.

 

Tusk IC in Trends magazine

In the latest edition of Trends, you can read about Tusk IC and the future we envision for the coming years!

The main article is about DSP Valley, a cluster organization that unites Belgian electronics companies. Tusk IC was highlighted as one of the promising start-ups in the DSP Valley network, just like Ectosense and Mindcet.

Trends is Belgium’s leading magazine regarding business and finance. The article is in Dutch. By registering, you can read the article for free.

https://trends.knack.be/economie/magazine/dsp-valley-zoekt-zijn-positie-in-slimme-systemen/article-normal-1381485.html

 

Bits&Chips: Antwerp starter on the hunt for mmWaves

We were featured in Bits&Chips, the leading Benelux magazine for high-tech electronics!

Our very own Wouter Steyaert was interviewed by Bits&Chips magazine about the reasons why we started our mmWave IC design company. Read all about it here (while practicing your Dutch) while also enjoying the aesthetic pleasure of Wouter Volkaerts’ chip photo: https://bits-chips.nl/artikel/antwerpse-starter-jaagt-op-millimetergolf-52183.html

A 120GHz quadrature frequency generator with 16.2GHz tuning range in 45nm LP CMOS