Unique exhibition and trade show levels the playing field for customers and vendors as semiconductor intellectual property (IP) reuse grows beyond EDA tools.
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When is hardware really software? Are software flows less complex? Are hardware tools less up-to-date? ARM, Jama Software and Imec experts propose the answers.
Here are the brief observations on noteworthy presentations, cool demonstrations and hall-way chats from the Chip Design editorial staff covering DAC 2014.
Here are the brief observations on noteworthy presentations, cool demonstrations and hall-way chats from the editorial staff covering “Day 1″ at DAC 2014 – John Blyler, Gabe Moretti and Hamilton Carter.
Who is really your customer? Competitor? Well-known EDA analyst Gary Smith forecasts the future.
The good news is that large amounts of IP go into the design of smart-card chips and RFID tags. The bad news is that the general public isn’t really interested.
How do automotive electronic designers and testers handle the complexities of hardware-software integration at the chip, board, and network levels?
Which phrase is more indicative of the Internet-of-Things (IoT) depends upon your viewpoint – namely, from the process or the products.
My SAE book arranges and extrapolates on expert papers in automotive hardware-software electronic integration at the chip, package, and network vehicle levels.