Europractice was launched by the European Commission (DGIII) in October 1995 to help companies improve their competitive position in world markets by adopting ASIC, Multi-Chip Module (MCM) or Microsystems solutions in the products they manufacture. The program helps to reduce the perceived risks and costs associated with these technologies by offering potential users a range of services, including initial advice and ongoing support, reduced entry costs and a clear route to chip manufacture and product supply.
Europractice can also provide users with the training and CAD software required to design and develop their ASIC, MCM or Microsystems solution.
If you want to find out more about the general Europractice project, you can go to the official Europractice homepage.
Several services are offered by different consortia :
- Europractice IC service
- Europractice Microsystems