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March 31, 2016

53rd DAC conference program announced

The 53rd Design Automation Conference has published its program for the upcoming event in Austin, Texas, which will include keynotes from AMD, nVidia, and NXP Semiconductors and tracks that connect electronics to biology.
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February 11, 2016

SPIE Advanced Lithography Preview: Mentor Graphics

The Calibre vendor will have a strong technical presence at the leading lithography conference taking place in late February in San Jose.
June 10, 2015

SoC verification ‘should use software more’

Verification of SoCs can't be done by adapting IP-level strategies - it'll take a much greater interaction with software, and the use of a shared language
February 24, 2015

All aboard the IoT starter kit bandwagon

A variety of organizations used Embedded World to introduce kits to attract a broader base of developers looking at Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
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September 5, 2013

SNUG Boston focuses on challenges of gigascale IC design

Meeting focuses on advanced tools and techniques for the rapid development of gigascale ICs.
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April 23, 2013

AMD targets software scalability with embedded x86

AMD has stepped back into the market for embedded processors with a quad core design derived from its desktop APUs, which combine a general-purpose x86 subsystem with a GPU.
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February 21, 2013

ISSCC 2013: AMD constraints help tame Jaguar

Some conservative decisions were important parts of AMD's design strategy for the 28nm core that's just been specified in PlayStation 4
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February 19, 2013

ISSCC 2013: AMD on how to make a Star Trek holodeck… eventually

Keynoter Lisa Su spun a whimsical idea to serious intent as AMD looks to promote its model for heterogeneous architectures
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October 30, 2012

ARM’s 64bit shift provides clean-up opportunity

ARM has named the first pair of processor cores that employ its 64bit architecture and revealed that an architectural clean-up is likely to result in the smaller of the pair requiring less silicon real estate than the existing 32bit Cortex-A9.
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October 30, 2012

AMD mixes it up with ARM64 server processors

AMD adopts ARM64 to promote heterogeneous processing and encourage users to break with Intel and x86 in the enterprise market.
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