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semiconductor ip,Chris Rowen

  • What Do Applications Dream About?

    If you look back over the past two decades of processor-architecture design, you could say the period is defined broadly by two things: A vastly greater degree of design freedom The ability to dream bigger dreams Chris Rowen, the founder of Tensilica and now, since Cadence's acquisition of Tensilica...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Mon, Oct 21 2013
  • IP Cores: How to Get There from Here

    Every time I look at the ITRS roadmap I get a little queasy. In five years, the average design is supposed to have twice the number of logic gates alone (north of 300 million). At the same time, we're supposed to double design productivity (and, presumably churn out more complex ICs because the world...
    Posted to The Fuller View (Weblog) by Brian Fuller on Fri, Oct 11 2013
  • Q&A: Tensilica Founder Chris Rowen – Perspectives from an IP/SoC Pioneer

    Chris Rowen has been at the leading edge of semiconductor technology for many years. In 1997 he launched Tensilica , a company that revolutionized system-on-chip (SoC) design with its XTensa configurable dataplane processing IP. Following the Cadence acquisition of Tensilica in 2013, he became a Cadence...
    Posted to Industry Insights (Weblog) by rgoering on Sun, Jul 14 2013
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