Graphics and AI specialist nVidia has been confirmed as the buyer of Arm from Softbank Vision Fund in a transaction worth up to $40bn, with the fund retaining a 10 per cent share in Arm if the deal completes.
Cadence has developed a stimulus optimizer based on neural networks to try to improve the runtime of constrained-random verification runs.
A Mentor-Samsung collaboration cuts the need for model-based analysis and speeds analysis runtime by as much as 20X.
Breker has added a number of specialized apps to its library that deal with the verification of RISC-V processors, secure enclaves, and machine-learning designs.
At DAC this week, Verifyter is offering a limited number of companies free six-month licences of its regression-analysis tool Pindown.
The combination of Embedded Linux and Azure is supported by services and technologies that speed the delivery and deployment of MCU-based projects.
Papers presented at the recent IRPS conference showed the growing importance of lifetime monitoring to the problem of handling components as they age.
High-level synthesis is playing another important role in the matching of AI algorithms to necessarily application-specific designs.
Wind River has set up a site to distribute more experimental libraries based around its real-time operating systems and provide a hub for users to interact.
Arm has launched a pair of cores intended to bring acceleration for machine learning to its Cortex-M series of processors.
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