»Hello future Systems! Are you already working on this?«

It takes about 1 second to read these words. In this time, an autonomously driving vehicle traveling at a speed of 100 km/h covers a distance of exactly 27.7 meters. If just one component fails for technical reasons, it takes a second before the driver notices the malfunction and reacts. Much time. Often too much time.

The acceptance of damage caused by autonomous vehicles is almost zero. We humans expect automated systems to be designed to operate without causing damage to people or the environment. Therefore we see the importance of addressing the challenge of failure handling in autonomous systems.

As a startup, we have therefore been intensively researching new ways to enhance system safety by implementing safety capabilities on the physical layer.

Our communication solutions are used by applications in the automotive, power generation, mining and aerospace industries, and respond to system-critical events within milliseconds. In this way, they reliably prevent damage to people and the environment.

Siliconally is an international team of experts composed of electrical engineers, technical computer scientists and automotive engineers. We are allies in striving for the highest security and acceptance of autonomous and automatic processes. With SafeIP™, we created it.

Ethernet History & Our Achievements


Tape-out DualPHY 100/1000BASE-T1 test chip in Globalfoundries 22FDX


Robert Bosch GmbH becomes investor

Recertification for ISO 9001


Successful link-up and data transmission with all 5 major third party 100Base-T1 PHY ICs

Early 2020

Tape-out of first 100Base-T1 PHY test chip in Globalfoundries 22FDX


Foundation of Siliconally GmbH by Racyics GmbH with technology transfer from Technical University Dresden


Start of fast carnet project at Technical University Dresden for 1000Base-T1 Research


Foundation of OPEN Alliance SIG Special Interest Group (SIG) for BASE-T1 Ethernet


Start ADC Research at Technical University Dresden


Ethernet One is published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and is used on all forms of Ethernet by protocols in the Internet protocol suite.