Isocline is a math term and a geology term. Our own attempts at making
a logo used the King Oxford Fjord as inspiration - its salient
geological features are isoclines
Our current logo is attached.
That said, the new logo does not need to incorporate either the math
term or the geology term, it can just be about the business instead.
We are pretty much open to anything. We do not want a logo of just
microchip, however, since we want to stand out from other microchip
Edit: The math version of the name is too confusing, please stay away
from that unless you have a really good idea that coveys what an
isocline is... which would be difficult since it's a function on top
of a 2 dimensional equation...
We prefer logos that print well. For instance, we make many printed
circuits boards (PCBs) and need to be able to print a *version* of
our logo on there (e.g., a black and white version).
Edit: We do VLSI design, not PCB design. Images for what VLSI design
layouts look like can be found here:
Our competitors are companies like Intel, IBM, Qualcomm, AMD, ARM, and