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IP,CPF

  • 25 Years of Innovation at Cadence – 25 Key Milestones

    Cadence is celebrating its 25 th anniversary in 2013, and there's a long history of innovation to celebrate. We'll be highlighting some of that history over the next 12 months in blogs, videos, and other media. In this post, I'll point to some of the key contributions that Cadence brought...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Wed, Jul 17 2013
  • Panel: Integrating Low-Power ARM Processors into Mixed-Signal Designs

    Mixed-signal chip designs with embedded digital signal processing are becoming more and more commonplace these days. How can you bring low-power processors, such as the ARM Cortex-M0 , into such designs quickly and efficiently? A lunch panel discussion at the recent Design Automation Conference (DAC...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Wed, Jun 20 2012
  • Another Expert’s View on Power Intent and Hierarchy

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    Posted to Low Power (Weblog) by Pete Hardee on Wed, Sep 21 2011
  • User View: Low Power Challenges at 40nm and Below

    Low power design is hard enough at 65nm and above, and it poses additional challenges at 40nm and below, according to Alex Kuo, department manager at SoC design firm Global Unichip Corp. As noted in another Cadence Community blog post by Qi Wang, Kuo offered a presentation on low-power design at the...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Tue, Jun 21 2011
  • Power Modeling Standards Effort Aims to Ease IP Integration

    A new standards effort that could ease low-power silicon IP integration is quietly underway at the Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2) Low Power Coalition ( LPC ). Although the LPC is probably best known as the home of the Common Power Format (CPF) originated by Cadence, it actually has a much broader...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Wed, Jan 26 2011
  • Si2 Speakers: EDA Standards Must Address Systems, Software

    Who says standards are dull? The 15 th Silicon Integration Initiative (Si2) OpenAccess Conference opened Oct. 20 with a rousing call to action by two speakers - a call to think beyond the traditional boundaries of EDA, and to include systems and software when it comes to standards. At the same time,...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Thu, Oct 21 2010
  • Digital Centric Mixed-Signal Dynamic Power Verification – Bringing It All Together

    This is the final posting in a series of blogs on dynamic power management in digital-centric mixed-signal verification environments. In this post, I will talk about concepts behind digital-centric mixed-signal verification (DMSV). My previous blogs covered some of the following topics: 1. Basics of...
    Posted to Low Power (Weblog) by Neyaz on Tue, Oct 19 2010
  • A Call For Power-Aware IP Models

    Power intent formats exist to express the design's low power techniques separately from the design's functional description. This promotes portability of the design across different power schemes. So why are most commercial IP providers forced to bury this critical information deep in gate-level...
    Posted to Low Power (Weblog) by Pete Hardee on Tue, Aug 3 2010
  • New Features In CPF 1.1

    This is a guest post by Qi Wang, Sr. Architect for the Cadence Low Power Solution, providing more information on what is contained in the recently-announced CPF version 1.1 . There are many major improvements in the new Si2 CPF version 1.1, and I would like to provide more details on a few of them: Complete...
    Posted to Logic Design (Weblog) by Team FED on Tue, Mar 17 2009
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