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.
Embedded magnetic RAM is emerging as a contender for on-chip memory not just from a density standpoint but from that of power.
Microsemi has put multiple RISC-V cores into a new generation of SoC FPGAs, intended for embedded systems that need to run Linux.
Achronix has incorporated direct support for machine learning into the latest version of its eFPGA architecture.
Data-center networking specialist Netronome has recruited a number of silicon makers and IP suppliers to a standard for chiplet designs that can be used in SIPs for edge computers and servers.
Cadence has added direct support for neural networks to the latest iteration of its DSP cores aimed at audio systems.
CMOS moving to 3nm and DRAM going beyond 20nm scaling are two of the late papers at the upcoming IEDM and part of a larger examination of semiconductor trends.
Following deals with Imperas and Percepio, UltraSoC has released an IDE aimed at debug, run control, performance tuning and runtime analytics for SoC development.
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.
SureCore is introducing an IP customization service intended to deliver SRAM cores tuned to specific power and performance requirements for wearable, wireless, augmented reality, and IoT devices.
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