ASIC is the abbreviation of Application-Specific Integrated Circuit. It is a special-purpose chip, which is a collective name for a chip specially customized for a specific demand.
The computing power and computing efficiency of the ASIC chip are directly customized according to the needs of specific algorithms, so it can achieve the advantages of small size, low power consumption, high reliability, strong confidentiality, high computing performance, and high computing efficiency. ASIC chips are usually manufactured using metal oxide semiconductor (MOS) technology, such as MOS integrated circuit chips.
ASIC is a handheld computer microchip designed for special applications as a transmission protocol. ASICs can have different designs to allow specific measures to be taken inside specific devices.
Why choose ASIC chip?
1. The size variability of the ASIC allows the chip to be changed according to needs.
2. Due to its small physical size, relatively little electrical energy is used, and the ASIC only contains the circuits required by the application. Due to the small size and power consumption requirements, the efficiency of this section is higher.
3. ASIC can accommodate many different systems on a single chip, which will reduce the procurement and production planning of products with multiple parts.