The rapid growth of interest in machine learning and artificial intelligence has prompted Synopsys to bring all its AI IP together in a microsite and brochure.
IP supplier FotoNation has decided to embrace the use of high-level synthesis in the creation of cores for smartphones and other high-integration, low-power systems.
In a panel session at June’s DAC, Synopsys customers talked about some of the ways they make verification more efficient and bring technologies such as formal, emulation, and simulation together.
Mentor has untethered its Veloce platform online because it feels more designs need emulation and the cloud can now support it.
The embedded FPGA is beginning to find a market, with communications leading the way but machine learning likely to drive further adoption.
FD-SOI is gradually building up a presence as a technology not just for low-power but RF and power integration.
Research institute Leti and Soitec have decided to team up to work on a new generation of engineered substrates, such as specialized SOI wafers.
After the moves by Cadence and Mentor, emulation in the cloud may only be the start of providing verification acceleration as a service.
Early-access customers talked about their experiences with the Synopsys Fusion-based flow in a panel session at the DAC.
Accellera has published the first release of the Portable Test and Stimulus Standard (PSS), with tools suppliers following up with software support.
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