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New Event Focuses on Semiconductor IP Reuse

Unique exhibition and trade show levels the playing field for customers and vendors as semiconductor intellectual property (IP) reuse grows beyond EDA tools.

Is Hardware Really That Much Different From Software

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.

Our Day at DAC – Day 2 (Tuesday)

Here are the brief observations on noteworthy presentations, cool demonstrations and hall-way chats from the Chip Design editorial staff covering DAC 2014.

Our Day at DAC – Day 1 (Monday)

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.

Changing EDA-IP Relationships

Who is really your customer? Competitor? Well-known EDA analyst Gary Smith forecasts the future.

Target Breach Highlights IP Indifference

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.

Automotive HW-SW Integration – SAE Event at UofW Campus

How do automotive electronic designers and testers handle the complexities of hardware-software integration at the chip, board, and network levels?

Complexity Spreading vs. Intelligent Embedded in the IoT

Which phrase is more indicative of the Internet-of-Things (IoT) depends upon your viewpoint – namely, from the process or the products.

Software-Hardware Integration of Automotive Electronics

My SAE book arranges and extrapolates on expert papers in automotive hardware-software electronic integration at the chip, package, and network vehicle levels.

DAC 2013 Pictures

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