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DAC 2014: High-Level Synthesis (HLS) Users Share Advantages, Challenges

High-level synthesis (HLS) is an emerging IC design technology that promises huge productivity gains, but you need to understand its advantages and limitations before diving in. The best way to get that understanding is to listen to the experiences of...  Read More »
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Amazon Fire: A New Smartphone Design Paradigm?

The Amazon Fire smart phone represents a paradigm shift in mobile design. ...  Read More »
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Partner Ecosystem in Step at 2014 DAC

The ARM Step Challenge at #51DAC was a showcase of wearable technology and networking among electronics design ecosystem partners. ...  Read More »
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DAC 2014 Keynote: Ecosystem, Innovation Crucial to Future Designs

SAN FRANCISCO--Electronics system design teams need to discard old ways of thinking, be creative, and work more collaboratively if the industry is to deliver on the promises of advanced node technology, TSMC's R&D vice president said. "The...  Read More »
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China Fabless Semiconductor Panel: Don’t Pack Your Bags Just Yet

Has the center of gravity for system on chip (SoC) innovation shifted to China? If you're planning to start a fabless semiconductor company, should you pack your bags, leave Silicon Valley, and head for Shenzhen or Shanghai? Not so fast, according...  Read More »
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Whiteboard Wednesdays - Using USB IP Controllers in Today's Devices

In this week's Whiteboard Wednesdays, Jacek Duda follows up on his earlier video focused on USB performance and now takes a closer look at USB IP controllers and their roles in today's devices....  Read More »
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Accellera DAC 2014 Breakfast—What Engineers Really Think About UVM

The Universal Verification Methodology ( UVM ) has compelling advantages for IC verification but can be challenging to adopt, according to panelists from four user companies at an Accellera breakfast at the recent Design Automation Conference (DAC 2014...  Read More »
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Why Cadence Bought Jasper—a New Era in Formal Analysis

Cadence today (June 16, 2014) announced the completion of its acquisition of Jasper Design Automation , a leading provider and pioneer of formal analysis and verification tools for IP and system-on-chip (SoC) development. The acquisition allows Cadence...  Read More »
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DAC 2014 Keynote: Hardware, Software Must Work Together to Secure Systems

One-hundred thousand new unique pieces. That's how much malware comes into existence every day and threatens electronics systems, according to McAfee. Couple that with the very complex systems we're building and the enormous monetization opportunities...  Read More »
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DAC 2014: Mixed-Signal Designers Cite Verification Challenges, Solutions

Take it from the people who do it for a living—mixed-signal IC verification is fraught with challenges that can cause tapeout delays or failures. But there are tools and methodologies that can help, according to panelists at a Cadence-sponsored...  Read More »
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