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.
Synopsys is targeting artificial intelligence (AI) and data centre SoCs as key application areas for the interface IP.
Fusion Compiler uses a single, scalable data model, updated optimization engines, and an analysis backbone based on the industry's golden sign-off tools.
The LightSuite Compiler produces designs based on Python descriptions and certifies them DRC-clean through hooks into the market-leading Calibre DFM suite.
The rapid growth of interest in machine learning and artificial intelligence has prompted Synopsys to bring all its AI IP together in a microsite and brochure.
Mentor will be present throughout the DAC program but with a particular focus on machine learning, artificial intelligence and automotive challenges.
Synopsys has extended its range of semiconductor IP for use in advanced driver assistance (ADAS) and autonomous vehicle SoCs with the launch of embedded vision processor blocks that have been given safety enhancements.
New flow enables high-performance, high-integration designs.
Free e-book offers an introduction to formal verification methods for those who may be curious about the technique, or who need to understand its advantages and limitations in order to manage its use effectively.
The automotive safety standard targets 90% in-system test coverage. VersaPoint technology helps to simplify reaching your target.
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