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.
Atrenta's SpyGlass line and others to be absorbed in Verification Continuum and Galaxy as part of EDA's latest major consolidation.
Everybody knows the words. Everybody has a different definition. Did calling the next big thing 'The Internet of Things' actually create a hindrance not a help?
It wasn't just ARM and TSMC that launched a 55nm IoT platform this week. Across the Taiwan Strait, Brite and SMIC have unveiled a similar offering. The competition could tell us a lot about the IoT market's future.
Stan Shih says the Internet of Things is forcing Taiwan to reconsider its traditional concentration on electronics hardware.
Thunderbolt speed to double to 40GBit/s, cheaper ownership for consumers, proprietary plug dumped in favor of USB-C as Intel looks to reinvigorate tech.
'Bling' for fashionistas and the B Ark lot. Apple Watch limps as the S1 SIP fails to offer convincing battery life. Silicon shortfall still dogs wearables.
The leading EDA analyst also charts growth for RTL and IC CAD in 2014 Market Share Summary, and highlights system-driven shifts in tool evaluation.
Not just Intel and TI but also Lenovo and Huawei have cause to welcome end to 25% import tax. And could it even help reinvigorate Chinese start ups?
Are we torn between evolution and revolution? Mentor Graphics' Joe Sawicki discusses how pattern matching already in fabs could move up and radically alter the design flow.
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