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Design IP and Verification IP Blog

Cadence PCIe Solutions: Configurable, Compliant, and Low Power

Cadence was the first IP provider to bring PCIe Gen3 Controllers to the market. Since then, our PCIe offerings have evolved to include the lowest power PHY solutions available, FPGA platforms for prototyping, software drivers, and the industry’s...  Read More »
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Ethernet in Cars - The Next Big Thing for Ethernet

Ethernet is coming to cars. Cars now have rear-view cameras and infotainment systems which require video to be transported at a high data rate. Ethernet is the best technology to carry this data. Ethernet celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2013, and has...  Read More »
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PCIe Gen4 LIVE Demo at PCI-SIG DevCon Next Week

The PCI-SIG has (FINALLY) released the PCIe 4.0 rev 0.3 specification for members' review, just in time for the annual Developer Conference at Santa Clara, CA, next week (June 4-5). The Gen4 spec was announced 2.5 years ago with the 'usual'...  Read More »
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IP at DAC? You Bet!

This year, the Design Automation Conference (June 1-5 in San Francisco) has put a lot of effort into great content for IP buyers, and Cadence has great plans to highlight our IP. Here are some of the things you can see at DAC this year: Booth 2610 demo...  Read More »
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400G Task Force, 100G Backplane Project and Other Highlights from IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Standards Meeting

Here is another report from an IEEE 802.3 Ethernet standards meeting, this time held in Norfolk, Virginia. Norfolk has a large naval base and, while I was there, I got to see the USS Cole and the Nimitz-class aircraft carriers USS Theodore Roosevelt and...  Read More »
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Don’t Miss Embedded Vision Summit West on May 29

Embedded Vision Summit West 2014 on May 29 at the Santa Clara Convention Center provides a unique opportunity for engineers to learn about the hottest technology in the electronics industry : embedded computer vision , which enables "machines that...  Read More »
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Cadence Announces Verification IP for MIPI SoundWire™ and C-PHY

Cadence, a long time MIPI Contributor member, today (March 12) announced the availability of Verification IP for SoundWire and C-PHY to support its realization by the MIPI early adopter members....  Read More »
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RealTek Shows New HiFi-based Codec with Software from Sensory and ForteMedia

Watch these demonstrations of RealTek's new ALC5677 audio codec - which uses HiFi EP running software from Sensory and ForteMedia. In the above demo, Jason from RealTek shows how ForteMedia's iS620 noise processing software can be used for multi...  Read More »
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MIPI Protocols—Making Mobile Happen at MWC

MIPI protocols are expected to ship in over 4 billion mobile devices this year. That's billion with a "b". Every year, new products are introduced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Without MIPI interfaces, these products would not be...  Read More »
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Android Audio Offload Explained at Mobile World Congress

Want to lower power in your next Android TM device? Look to the industry's first Android-compatible technology for a licensed audio DSP. The Tensilica® HiFi Audio Tunneling for Android takes full advantage of the enhancements in the recent KitKat...  Read More »
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