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Design IP and Verification IP Blog

IoT Focus: IoT Applications Require a New Architectural Vision

The IoT application space is such a profoundly new and diverse area, engineergs must consider a new architectural approach--an IoT Architecture....  Read More »
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How Do You Build a Wi-Fi 802.11ac Programmable Modem?

The Tensilica® group at Cadence has just published a 37-page application note on a Wi-Fi 802.11ac transceiver used for WLAN (wireless local area network), and it's full of really useful information. This transceiver design is architected on a...  Read More »
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IoT Focus: Wrestling with the Design, Time to Market, and Cost Challenges of IoT

Winning in the IoT applications space requires a system-level design mentality and an abiding insight into energy, cost and time-to-market challenges....  Read More »
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Challenges and Applications in a 3D World

Confronting the challenges and possibilities of 3D silicon design starts with comprehensive simulation and verification models....  Read More »
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Highlights from Recent IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Standards Meeting

I wanted to share with you a number of updates from last month's IEEE 802.3 meeting in San Diego, California. Cadence has a comprehensive portfolio of design and verification IP, many of which support the latest Ethernet standards. Here are my observations...  Read More »
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Verification IP: 7 Things I Learned By Browsing Cadence Online Support Last Month

Using proven Cadence Verification IP (VIP), you can verify SoC designs faster, more thoroughly, and with less effort. While innovating and providing great products and technologies, the VIP team at Cadence also believes that it is important to keep creating...  Read More »
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New VIP RAKs Help in Learning Integration of Ethernet GMII and M-PCIe into SystemVerilog and UVM Environments

There is always a demand for learning something simply and quickly on your own in some corner of the world. The big challenge that I have faced with learning is how to find the right learning vehicle that helps me discover what I didn't already know...  Read More »
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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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