A report put together by Europe's HiPEAC high-performance computing research network argues computing is at an architectural turning point
Ceva has followed its IoT-oriented Ceva-X series of processor cores with a more powerful family that is designed to handle control and signal-processing algorithms using the same pipeline.
Microsemi has put multiple RISC-V cores into a new generation of SoC FPGAs, intended for embedded systems that need to run Linux.
Cadence has added direct support for neural networks to the latest iteration of its DSP cores aimed at audio systems.
Two keynote speakers have been announced for DVCon Europe 2018, which takes place next month.
Suppliers to the embedded industry see modules and readymade software as being key to getting IoT projects off the ground.
Cadence has launched an AI processor using an designed to take advantage of the sparse structure of typical deep neural networks.
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.
After the moves by Cadence and Mentor, emulation in the cloud may only be the start of providing verification acceleration as a service.
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