Building secure SoCs takes a methodical approach, careful study of possible attacks, and embedded hardware that can provide a Root of Trust
Exploring the tradeoffs between implementing DDR4 and HBM for high-bandwidth memory subsystems.
Achieving ISO 26262 certification for advanced driver assistance systems takes a combination of ASIL ready IP and rigorous development strategies.
The challenge for designers is to find ways of providing high levels of security in low-cost devices that have become worthwhile targets because of their role as gateways to more valuable information.
Using USB Type-C connectors to combine both USB-C 3.1 and DisplayPort data streams, to support data, audio, video and power connections on a single port
CCIX is a cache coherency protocol, based on PCI Express, for interconnecting high-performance heterogenous multiprocessing systems.
Quadrupling the performance of a dedicated CNN engine within an embedded vision processing core brings more complex graph processing within reach.
SoC developers who want to use USB Type-C in their designs will have to implement HDCP 2.2 content protection so that the target devices will be able to play protected content.
The increasing complexity of human-machine interfaces is challenging processor designers to produce the necessary performance within a limited power budget
The rising bandwidth demands of data centres have driven the development of 25G Ethernet, which will also form a pathway to 100G.
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