Mentor takes the wraps off new machine learning fueled features in its HLS and physical design families ahead of DAC 2019.
Siemens' new automotive platform commercializes and illustrates the company's ongoing integration of Mentor EDA products within its digital twin concept.
Mentor is active across the program and its main and Verification Academy booths within the exhibition in Las Vegas.
A digital twin is now more than just a virtual copy of a product. For Siemens, it is a multilayered concept powering a 'boundary-free innovation platform'.
Mentor's technical conference will take place on May 2 at the Santa Clara Marriott and feature more than 45 user and vendor presentations.
Three hierarchical DFT strategies help cut time-to-market for large AI chips by exploiting regularity and addressing test at the RTL.
Menta eFPGA IP is highly configurable making it well suited to the evolving designs that exploit HLS abstraction.
Siemens PLM strategy VP Stefan Jockusch will keynote on digital twins in the automotive sector at next month's conference in Shanghai.
Popular Verification Academy manual revamped and updated to bring it more closely in line with IEEE 1800.2 UVM and reflect the increasing use of emulation.
The trend toward Level 5 fully autonomous vehicles poses major complexity, cost and change issues that Generative Design flows aim to address.
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