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End-Users Have No Idea How Cool the UFS 4.0 Standard Is and That’s Okay - BlogMay 19, 2023
Hood down. Game on. And you are immersed in a whole new world of opportunities and experiences. With innovation today, everyday users may take technology for granted, but when you think about advanced augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR), not to mention smart cars and smartphones, it’s a whole new world.
Analog & Power
Achieving Your Low Power Goals with Synopsys Ultra Low Leakage IO - WhitepaperMay 12, 2023
The demand for low power design has intensified with shrinking geometries.
Software & OS
Made in the Cloud - Understanding the Case for IC Hardware Development in the Cloud - WhitepaperApril 24, 2023
Cloud is a major inflection point allowing engineers to be more innovative to improve productivity, performance, turnaround time, and accuracy.
Computational Imaging Craves System-Level Design and Simulation Tools to Leverage Disruptive AI in Embedded Vision - WhitepaperApril 19, 2023
Image quality now relies more than ever on high computing power tied to miniaturized optics and sensors, rather than on standalone and bulky but aberration-free optics.
ImperasDV Verification Solutions Certified with Synopsys Functional Simulation and Debug Tools for RISC-V - NewsApril 10, 2023
Imperas Software Ltd and Synopsys, Inc. announced a collaboration to accelerate verification of RISC-V processors utilizing ImperasDV verification platforms, and Synopsys' VCS simulation and Verdi debug tools. The partnership will ease time constraints by streamlining RISC-V verification tasks applying to components supplied by both partners.
SysMoore > Moore's Law - PodcastApril 06, 2023
On this episode of Embedded Insiders, Brandon is joined by Chairman and CEO of Synopsys, Aart de Geus, to discuss the concept of SysMoore, how it relates to the decline of Moore’s Law, and the impending engineering shortage.
Best Practices for Cybersecurity-Aware SoC Development with ISO 21434 - WhitepaperJanuary 23, 2023
The growth of electronics in cars is exposing a new vector for cyberattacks on owners and automotive companies’ reputations.