With offices in California, Taiwan, Shanghai and Hong Kong, Credo delivers breakthrough Serializer-Deserializer (SerDes) IP and interconnect solutions that scale bandwidth and deliver end-to-end signal integrity in next-generation platforms requiring single-lane rate 25G, 50G, and 100G connectivity. As big data, cloud and mobility applications put increased pressure on network infrastructure, Credo enables customers to overcome the growing design hurdle associated with rapidly and exponentially scaling network bandwidth. Each member of the Credo management team respectively has over 20 years of semiconductor-relevant expertise. We’re on the pulse of modern technology and have monitored its evolution to inform our engineering and strategic approaches.Credo was privately-funded until 2015 when it received its first round of Series A funding which was lead by Walden International. Since its inception, Credo has consistently delivered breakthroughs in SerDes technology including the delivery of the industry’s first CMOS 50G SerDes IP based on NRZ modulation, as well as the delivery of the industry’s first CMOS 100G PAM4. Credo's unique, patented mixed signal architecture is the foundation for its high performance and low power at these accelerated bandwidth rates. In fact, Credo delivered the 50G NRZ in 40nm and the 100G PAM4 in 28nm. Others in the industry have moved to power hungry DSP approaches and are struggling to meet the fundamental power requirements even in the most advanced silicon processing geometry's.

Credo completed its initial public offering in 2022.

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