What can go wrong in complex SoCs and how to find the problems.
Bernie DeLay, group director for verification IP R&D at Synopsys, talks about what goes wrong in complex SoCs, how so-called standard pieces play together, and where are the gotchas in re-use.
How this new memory stacks up against existing non-volatile memory.
So far there is not widespread adoption, but many see change as inevitable.
New FETs, qubits, neuromorphic approaches, and advanced packaging.
Internet of Things technology will be crucial to automobiles, but connectivity comes at a price.
What’s driving it, what’s next, and who should be concerned?
Using light to move large quantities of data looks promising, but gaps remain and the adoption timeline will vary by application.
Political uncertainty, tempered optimism, continued consolidation, and concerns about capacity.
Updated: Deal adds mechanical, thermal, electrical and embedded software capabilities.
Programmable devices are being adopted in more market segments, but they still haven’t been included in major SoCs. That could change.
As the industry speculates about 5nm and below, questions surrounding node shrinks remain.
When it comes to multi-board and multi-chips-on-a-board designs, do engineers have all the tools they need?