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Low Power Blog

Freescale Success Stepping Up to Low-Power Verification - Video

Freescale was a successful Incisive ® simulation CPF low-power user when they decided to step up their game. In November 2013, at CDNLive India, they presented a paper explaining how they improved their ability to find power-related bugs using a more...  Read More »
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ST Microelectronics Success with IEEE 1801 / UPF Incisive Simulation - Video

ST Microelectronics reported their success with IEEE 1801 / UPF low-power simulation using Incisive Enterprise Simulator at CDNLive India in November 2013. We were able to meet with Mohit Jain just after his presentation and recorded this video that explains...  Read More »
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IEEE 1801/UPF Tutorial from Accellera—Watch and Learn

If you weren't able to attend the 2013 DVCon, you missed out on a great IEEE 1801/UPF tutorial delivered by members of the IEEE committee. Accellera had the event recorded and that recording is now posted on the Accellera.or g website. Regardless...  Read More »
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Low-Power IEEE 1801 / UPF Simulation Rapid Adoption Kit Now Available

A new self-help training kit for the Incisive Enterprise Simulator's IEEE 1801 / United Power Format low-power features and its usage for design engineers...  Read More »
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Mixed-signal and Low-power Demo -- Cadence Booth at DAC

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Insider Story of the New IEEE 1801-2013 (UPF 2.1) Standard

The IEEE has announced the publication of the new 1801-2013 standard, also known as UPF 2.1, and immediate availability for free download through the IEEE 1801-2013 Get Program . Even though the standard is new to the whole world, for the people of the...  Read More »
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New Incisive Low-Power Verification for CPF and IEEE 1801 / UPF

On May 7, 2013 Cadence announced a 30% productivity gain in the June 2013 Incisive Enterprise Simulator 13.1 release . Advanced debug visualization, faster turn-around time, and the extension of eight years of low-power verification innovation to IEEE...  Read More »
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Ultra Low Power Benchmarking: Is Apples-to-Apples Feasible?

I noticed some very interesting news last week, widely reported in the technical press, and you can find the source press release here . In a nutshell, the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC) has formed a group to look at benchmarks for...  Read More »
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New Rapid Adoption Kit (RAK) Enables Productive Mixed-Signal, Low Power Structural Verification

All engineers can enhance their mixed-signal low-power structural verification productivity by learning while doing with a PIEA RAK (Power Intent Export Assistant Rapid Adoption Kit). They can verify the mixed-signal chip by a generating macromodel for...  Read More »
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Low-Power Technology Summit Proceedings Now Available

On October 18, 2012 Cadence held a Low-Power Technology Summit at our San Jose, California headquarters. Experts from Cadence and other leading companies presented the latest low-power design methodologies. Well, it took us a while but you can now view...  Read More »
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