System-Level Design

Top Stories

CEO Outlook On Chip Industry

Part 3: The growing impact of security on design, and where the discontinuities and opportunities will be over the next five years.

IBM Takes AI In Different Directions

What AI and deep learning are good for, what they're not good for, and why accuracy sometimes works against these systems.

Get Ready For Verification 3.0

Functional verification is going through many changes, and one of EDA's leading investors sees lots of new possibilities for startups.

EDA In The Cloud

Experts at the Table, part 3: Which companies will use the cloud and for what, what else needs to be done to accelerate this model, and why it's ta...

Finding And Fixing ML’s Flaws

OneSpin's CEO looks at methodologies and models for making ML more predictable and more effective.

Partitioning Becomes More Difficult

Exploding gate counts, multiple domains, and hardware/software content are making it tougher to verify that designs will work as planned.

Hidden Costs Of Shifting Left

How much time and effort can be saved by doing certain tasks earlier, and where are the pain points.

More Nodes, New Problems

Acceleration of advanced processes, skyrocketing complexity and cost, and concerns about IP availability are raising some difficult questions.

EDA In The Cloud

Experts at the Table, part 1: While the Cloud may be ready for EDA, it is not clear how ready EDA is for the Cloud. What needs to change?

EDA: 8 Consecutive Years Of Growth

Strength across geographies and tool segments kept revenue strong.

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Round Tables

CEO Outlook On Chip Industry

Part 3: The growing impact of security on design, and where the discontinuities and opportunities will be over the next five years.

CEO Outlook On Chip Industry

Part 2: Concerns grow about ethical choices and liability in AI-based safety-critical systems, and who will be responsible for making those decisions.

CEO Outlook On Chip Industry

Part 1: New opportunities and potential pitfalls in automotive, 5G, connected intelligence and infrastructure as a service in EDA.

EDA In The Cloud

Experts at the Table, part 3: Which companies will use the cloud and for what, what else needs to be done to accelerate this model, and why it's ta...

EDA In The Cloud

Experts at the Table, part 2: How should tools be licensed for the Cloud, and what is the first application that is likely to see mass adoption.

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Multimedia

Emulation-Driven Implementation

Tech Talk: How to improve confidence that designs will work properly in less time.

Tech Talk: Traceability In Functional Safety

Regulations, standards and liability.

Tech Talk: FPGA RTL Checking

How to make sure the RTL in an FPGA matches what you developed.

Tech Talk: Improving Verification

How to deal with different use cases in complex designs.

Tech Talk: Automotive Design

How to speed up time to market while improving quality in automotive chips.

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