The US Quantum Economic Development Consortium is looking to stimulate a supply chain and technology infrastructure for quantum computing, with more about its efforts due to come out in the next few days.
The verification IP is the first to become commercially available for the bus interface backed by companies such as AMD, Google, IBM, Micron and Xilinx.
Moving design and verification activities into the cloud poses challenges. Next month's inaugural ES Design West will offer practical guidance.
ES Design West was created to reflect integration, even elision of tasks across the semiconductor supply chain. Here's how the program reflects the trend.
IoT ecosystems should shift from WiFi to cellular connectivity to make them easier to secure and manage.
AI, its system design implications and its impact on EDA tools themselves will be a key theme for ES Design West next month.
AMD used Calibre with optimisations implemented for cloud support to slash runtimes on high-end server processor designs.
Microsoft Azure aims to use royalty-free IP to build a more secure IoT and extend the reach of its cloud services.
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.
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