About Eximius Design

Eximius Design is an engineering services company focused on ASIC design, FPGA design, Systems and Software engineering. We are a unique team of engineers that has developed a wide variety of innovative products over the past 25+ years. We led the development, from inception to productization, of hundreds of designs spanning across the technology industry.

Our founding team has been a part of 6 successful startups and understands the unique challenges that are encountered during the product design process.

Our engagement model is flexible. If you are a company without an ASIC team, we can develop an ASIC from little more than a white-board discussion. If you are looking to diversify your portfolio, we can develop the ASIC for you. If you are looking to migrate an FPGA to an ASIC or to shrink process geometries, we can do it for you. If you just need help with one or more phases of an ASIC design, such as verification or physical implementation, we can help you meet your goals efficiently. We grasp the entire product design cycle, so we can help you when, where and with the specific product development services that you need.

Eximius was founded in August 2013 and is headquartered in San Jose, CA. We also have design centers in India, Malaysia and Singapore. Our client list includes Fortune 100 enterprises and high profile startups. For more information please email info@eximiusdesign.com.

Eximius blends the product development experience of its leadership teams with the customer focus of its highly skilled engineers to deliver End-to-End Solutions and Services from “Concept to Launch”.

Our mission is to provide the best-in-class Product Development Services in ASIC, FPGA, System and Software domains based on our end to end product design, development and customer support experience.

Our Values

Our clients trust us to solve complex challenges in ways that minimize business risk and maximize opportunity. If you are looking for a business partner that’s committed, agile, genuine and with good technical depth, you’ve come to the right place.

"Just because something doesn’t do what you planned it to do doesn’t mean it’s useless."

Thomas Edison