Synopsys is targeting artificial intelligence (AI) and data centre SoCs as key application areas for the interface IP.
Synopsys is taking IC design on TSMC processes into the cloud with the launch of the Synopsys Cloud Solution, which will run on platforms from Synopsys, Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure.
Tanner's focus on AMS, MEMS and, now, the IoT-edge are making it even more ripe for integration with other Mentor tools.
FD-SOI is gradually building up a presence as a technology not just for low-power but RF and power integration.
DAC 2018 will see Synopsys focusing on close links with foundry partners, as well as exploring ways to exploit the potential of machine learning, in both SoC architectures and SoC design flows.
Arm is on the way to making formal a fundamental part of its verification strategy for ARM Cortex-A processors.
Arm aims to bring protection against physical tampering and side-channel attacks into processor cores designed for IoT nodes, starting with one of its M-series designs.
Arm plans to use its cryptography cores and technology from its Simulity Labs acquisition to SIM-based security into IoT devices.
By the middle of this year Arm intends to deliver a processor designed specifically for deep-learning pipelines in edge devices, to capitalize on a move away from cloud computing for image and voice recognition.
ARM and Mentor describe a proof-of-concept project using free tools and IP to combine AMS and digital.
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