Formal-verification specialist OneSpin is setting up its own equivalent of an app store, building on top of a formal engine the company now licenses to other companies.
Imagination Technologies plans to introduce support for virtualization across all its processor cores, including signal processors such as the Ensigma family, as part of a plan to improve SoC security.
Startup Tortuga Logic has developed a toolkit for checking the security aspects of SoC hardware designs.
Automotive ethernet is the latest virtual reference design platform to be added to the family of models developed by Cadence to support its physical-layer IP cores.
Sonics is moving into power management with an approach intended to substantially automate much of the job of building finely grained power-gated SoCs.
As 2015's general chair for the Design Automation Conference, Anne Cirkel has looked to extend the attraction of the leading EDA, IP and embedded event.
UltraSoC has added the ability to employ a USB 2.0 port instead of JTAG as the main debug access point on SoCs that use the company’s UltraDebug technology.
ARM is extending its work on ISO 26262 safety packages for automotive systems beyond the Cortex-R devices supported in a documentation release earlier this year.
Cadence has launched a processor core aimed at ‘always on’ signal-processing applications such as voice detection and recognition for wearables.
Deep learning offers the next major opportunity for specialist processors, Qualcomm's Karim Arabi claimed in his keynote at Mentor Graphics’ U2U in San Jose.
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