Brite Semiconductor and SaberTek, Inc. join forces to enable wireless IoT market offering lowest-cost, lowest-power wireless RF ASICs at SMIC technology

IRVINE, CALIFORNIA – 09-13-2017 (Press Release Jet) — Brite Semiconductor, a world-leading ASIC design solution provider headquartered in Shanghai, China, today announced partnership with SaberTek Inc, a wireless IP leader with unique portfolio, to enable wireless market with lowest-cost, lowest-power RF ASIC solutions.

SaberTek offers a rich IP portfolio covering all the main standards for wireless IoT. SaberTek IPs have the lowest power consumption and smallest silicon footprint, enabling customers with market wining products. SaberTek facilitates multi-system SOCs by offering IPs for multiple standards. Single vendor providing all the wireless transceiver IPs bring a major advantage to the customer by reducing the cost and risk. Brite Semiconductor provides ASIC services to integrate SaberTek transceiver IPs with digital baseband IPs and to create an optimum SOC for customer’s application. Brite provides ASIC and design services for SMIC, the number one foundry in China. Combined with SaberTek’s smallest footprint transceiver IPs, customer are enabled with lowest cost and maximum profit margin.

Brite Semiconductor has licensed SaberTek SBR6201 (802.15.4g + 802.11ah transceiver IP) and first silicon met all the requirements. The two parties are building upon this highly successful and unique experience by establishing a strong partnership to address the ever expanding wireless market.

 “Brite’s goal is to enable wireless IoT players with best market winning silicon products and SaberTek Inc. has demonstrated long and successful track-record low-power and low-cost radio IP offerings for various wireless standards. Our partnership provides an unmatched capability to serve our customers looking for any products for wireless market” said Larry Lee, VP, Worldwide Marketing and Sales of Brite Semiconductor.

 “Our comprehensive wireless IoT IP portfolio enables our licensees with highly competitive products and our partnership with Brite Semiconductor offers a very smooth integration path for wireless products at SMIC and fast time-to-market. Given current race in highly anticipated markets such as NB-IoT, together, we offer best path for customers to a market wining wireless prodcut” said Farbod Behbahani, Ph.D., president and CEO of SaberTek.

About SaberTek, Inc.

Founded in 2004, SaberTek ( is a leading Intellectual Property (IP) provider for wireless transceiver. SaberTek unique portfolio offering includes NB-IoT, Cat-M1, LTE Cat-0~Cat5, eNB, Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n, 802.11ah), Bluetooth, Zigbee, 802.15.4(g), and GNSS among others. SaberTek ultra-low-power and low-cost transceiver IPs enable Internet-of-Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) applications.

About Brite Semiconductor

Brite Semiconductor is a world-leading ASIC design solution provider, targeting at ULSI ASIC/SoC chip and platform design on SMIC advanced 55nm/40nm/28nm process technology and turn-Key solutions. Brite Semiconductor provides flexible one-stop services from RTL/netlist to chip delivery, and seamless, cost effective, and low-risk solutions to customers.

Brite Semiconductor was founded in 2008 by venture capital firms from China and abroad, and collaborated with Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC) as strategic partners in 2010. Headquarter in Shanghai, Brite has two subsidiaries of Beijing Brite IP and Hefei Brite Technology and has set up offices in US, Europe, Japan and Taiwan providing services to customers.

For more information, please refer to Brite Semiconductor website at

Brite Semiconductor
Nicole Mou
Tel: +86 21-50376566
Email: [email protected]

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Company Name: SaberTek Inc.
Full Name: Farbod Behbahani
Phone: (949) 412-5064
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