HyperLynx leads the way for vendor at DesignCon with booth demos and a day-long modeling and analysis seminar.
Researchers describe at IEDM 2015 how they are making gallium nitride fit into a wider range of power-handling applications and may even result in mass-market vertical transistors.
...and why the semiconductor industry hasn't been singularitied down to one MegaSemis Inc even if that's what M&A data suggests.
The need for virtual prototyping at the PCB-design has led to changes in the way PSpice is being used – with much greater emphasis on cosimulation.
Research by Professor John Rogers' group at the University of Illinois is leading to biodegradable electronics, for both defense and medical applications.
Following Mentor's acquisition of Tanner EDA, management expect the integration will help with a drive into IoT applications and systems that need to go beyond standard IC lithography.
Electronics design needs to cope with a combination of major brands and tiny start-ups looking to exploit its skills even where their resources are thin.
Google has moved to on-body tests of the the smart-lens platform it has been developing for the past few years while the team continues to experiment with embedded LEDs that react to blinks to help warn diabetes sufferers of sudden changes in glucose levels.
Altera is using a combination of Intel's 14nm process technology and multidie packaging to boost the logic-cell count for its FPGAs, together with a superpipelining strategy to help balance area and clock speed.
An overview of Cadence's activities at DAC and a last-minute call-out if you want to register for its breakfast and luncheon sessions.
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