Siemens and Nvidia have agreed to work more closely together to drive the development of higher-fidelity digital twins.
Study may point to new challenges in more bidirectional AMS implementations on SoC-class designs, though formal and emulation help keep respin count in check.
Less than one-in-five FPGA projects avoid bug escapes (Wilson Functional Verification 2020 – Part Two)
Benchmark study detects correlation between maturity of verification processes and the quality of designs when they reach production.
Use of the open-source RISC-V processor was tracked for the first time by the biennial study, finding notably high take-up.
A partnership between Siemens and VSI, a real-world autonomous vehicle research company, aims to refine and promote digital twin strategies.
Increasing complexity means that teams must leverage automation to work across disciplines, speed delivery and free room for innovation.
Wire harness implementations already face tough margins and increasing design pressure from markets such as automotive. Here's how tools can help.
Partnership combines Siemens PAVE 360 digital twin with ARM IP, including dedicated automotive offerings, to speed and streamline design toward Level 5.
Siemens is combining recent acquisitions in novel ways, including one that will see a web-app development package interact more closely with Mentor's embedded offerings.
The digital-twin concept provides several avenues to achieving better safety analysis and is likely to benefit from Siemens' integration of Mentor activities.
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