Siemens Digital Industries Software has launched the latest generation of its Veloce hardware-assisted verification systems with a product line that encompasses silicon virtual platform, hardware emulation, and prototyping support.
Sigasi has launched a software kit to provide inhouse tools builders and EDA vendors with a way to build in code-editing features.
Xilinx has released the first version of its Vitis development environment as the company aims to capture a user base that is more used to software than hardware tools.
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.
Mentor's AI Accelerator Ecosystem adds reference designs, libraries and other forms of support around its Catapult HLS platform.
Cadence has developed a version of its Protium prototyping engine that supports larger designs and which is intended to go into data-center racks.
Large-scale MCMs and novel device architectures bookend the papers on machine learning at VLSI Symposia in an event that will also cover chiplet integration and other topics.
The suite is based on Debian and aims to offer the performance and configurability needed for robust and scaleable enterprise-class applications in medical, industrial, aerospace and defense markets.
The circuits sessions at mid-June's VLSI Symposia in Honolulu feature a number of papers that improve the performance of scaled mixed-signal processes.
Xilinx plans to make reconfigurable computing the focus of its upcoming generation of FPGAs, which will be made on a 7nm finFET process at TSMC and expected to start sampling next year.
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