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Logic Design,Power Shut-Off

  • Friday Fun: Modern Methodology Has Benefits

    In this week's episode of "The Next Generation", the Dante Semi team reviews the project status after adopting many new techniques, such as power shutoff, assertion-based verification, physical synthesis, and multi-supply multi-voltage optimization. It looks like things are going well!...
    Posted to Logic Design (Weblog) by Jack Erickson on Fri, Aug 14 2009
  • Friday Fun: Even a Marketing Guy Can Use InCyte!

    In this week's episode, Gronk, the unfrozen caveman marketing guy, discovers how easy it is to explore a new power architecture and get both technical and economic estimates using the InCyte software. Meanwhile, the design team realizes that what they need is an Extreme Makeover, Methodology Edition...
    Posted to Logic Design (Weblog) by Jack Erickson on Fri, Apr 24 2009
  • When Do You Know You've Saved Enough Power?

    This guest post is by David Weir, Lead Design Engineer at Cadence. His paper, "When do you know you've saved enough power?" was voted best-in-track for Logic Design at CDNLive! 2008 Silicon Valley. In this paper we set out to show how designers can measure and explore the impact of implementing...
    Posted to Logic Design (Weblog) by Team FED on Thu, Apr 2 2009
  • The Power Forward Initiative and Green Electronics Come of Age

    For over four years I have worked with partners in the industry as part of the Power Forward Initiative to advance adoption of low-power design techniques. The BIG benefit now is that electronics manufacturers worldwide are starting to adopt these techniques to produce energy-efficient electronic products...
    Posted to Logic Design (Weblog) by PFI Rocks on Mon, Nov 3 2008
  • Pretty Scary, Huh Kids?

    In honor of Halloween, here are some horror stories about low power bugs. These are real bugs at real customers that would have led to real dead chips. Horror story #1: It was a dark and stormy night… Ok, it was around lunch time. But a customer had just spent three weeks coding a UPF file to...
    Posted to Logic Design (Weblog) by Rich Owen on Thu, Oct 30 2008
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