ARM and Synopsys both plan to make inroads to the internet of things with their IP strategies.
A Japanese government-funded project has become the basis of a standard proposed by the Multicore Association that may provide a better way of supporting development for multicore systems.
Three companies have donated technology to Accellera designed to improve TLM 2.0 modeling work, focusing on interrupts, register control and memory maps.
Graphics chipmaker nVidia has said it plans to license as IP cores some of its technology in the hope of building up a customer base among other chipmakers and systems houses developing their own SoCs.
Design security is a major target for Microsemi’s update to its Igloo series of flash memory-based FPGAs, which add an ARM-oriented memory subsystem.
Atmel has launched its first family of microcontrollers based on ARM's Cortex M0+ with features to ease PCB design and provide programmable serial ports.
The group that developed the IEEE 1801 Unified Power Format standard is looking to bringing power modeling and estimation to the system level for version 3.0, due in 2015.
The EDA industry has a way to capture the embedded software market, analyst Gary Smith said ahead of DAC. But it’s not through tools – it’s through models.
Xilinx and TSMC are forming a single engineering team to accelerate development of a family of finFET-based field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs).
Vehicle-maker Volkswagen is putting its weight behind a set of microcontroller benchmarks that focus on energy consumption rather than performance.
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