Silicon Mobility

Silicon Mobility is a technology leader for cleaner, safer and smarter mobility.

The company designs, develops and sells flexible, real-time, safe and open semiconductor solutions for the automotive industry used to increase energy efficiency and reduce pollutant emissions while keeping passengers safe.

Silicon Mobility’s products control electric motors, battery and energy management systems of hybrid and electric vehicles. By using Silicon Mobility’s technologies, manufacturers improve the efficiency, reduce the size, weight and cost of electric motors and increase the battery range and durability.

Silicon Mobility technologies and products accelerate the car’s powertrain electrification and the deployment of driverless vehicles for OEMs. 


Silicon Mobility’s product offering addresses the need for a solution, framework, content, and application.

  • OLEA® FPCU: Flexible, Real-Time, Safe and Open semiconductor solution leveraging embedded robust and secured programmable logic. Safe, timing predictable and parallel processing.
  • OLEA COMPOSER: Seamless development and calibration framework. Best of industry’s standard EDA tools precisely coupled with Silicon Mobility technology for best efficiency.
  • OLEA LIB: Algorithmic content optimized for OLEA. Specialized and enhanced mathematic functions. Dazzlingly fast and accurate e-motor, power conversion and battery charging.

Solutions library

FPCU - New Semiconductor Architecture to Boost HEV & EV Systems

FPCU removes software bottleneck by enabling software and hardware execution of high frequency and precise PWM control algorithm. FPCU delivers 40x acceleration of data processing capabilities, up to 20x faster hard real-time control loop and up to 180x power consumption reduction.

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Development hardware

OLEA T222 is the 1st Field Programmable Control Unit automotive qualified solution. FPCU is a new semiconductor architecture defined as a combination of the hardware flexibility of the AMEC® real-time control unit with the software flexibility of a standard processor into a single chip.