Automotive AI specialist FABU has licensed a portfolio of IP from Synopsys to help assemble ISO 26262-compliant SoCs
Physical verification challenge of large SoCs on leading-edge processes detailed in video series
Synopsys is targeting artificial intelligence (AI) and data centre SoCs as key application areas for the interface IP.
Workhorse synthesis tool updated to make it suitable for use on designs at process nodes of 5nm and below.
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.
A recent white paper from Synopsys outlines the complexities of developing hardware for use in machine-learning and artificial-intelligence (AI) systems.
Collaboration on DTCO offers IBM a better way to evaluate combinations of transistor architectures, materials and other process technology innovations using design metrics, before real wafers become available for physical experimentation.
Faster PHYs needed to shift vast amounts of data around giant data centres.
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.
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.
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