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A Holistic Approach To Energy-Efficient System-On-Chip (SoC) Design

Energy efficiency through the system-on-chip (SoC) design flow, from architecture to signoff.

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It takes a great deal of energy to power the modern world, and demand grows every day. This is especially true for electronics, where ever increasing automation and more intelligent devices incessantly demand more power. Many applications that use chips face a variety of pressures for reduced power consumption and better energy efficiency. In response, the semiconductor and electronic design automation (EDA) industries have developed a wide range of techniques to meet these requirements. This white paper provides some background on the problem, describes some of the available technologies to help and presents a holistic solution for energy efficiency through the system-on-chip (SoC) design flow, from architecture to signoff.

Drivers of Energy Demand
In the simplest terms, more electronic devices require more power to operate. In the last several decades, almost every aspect of daily life has evolved to rely more on electronic gadgets backed by massive data and storage centers. Naturally, demand is growing, but…

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