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System-Level Design

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So Many Waivers Hiding Issues

Experts at the Table, part 2: Domain crossings can produce thousands of waivers. How does a team put in place a methodology for dealing with them?

Cloud Drives Changes In Network Chip Architectures

New data flow, higher switch density and IP integration create issues across the design flow.

Is Cloud Computing Suitable for Chip Design?

Semiconductor design lags behind other industries in adopting the cloud, but there could be some good reasons for that. Change is difficult.

Betting Big On Discontinuity

Mentor's CEO looks at the impact of AI and machine learning, what's after Moore's Law, and the surge in EDA and semiconductors.

Domain Crossing Nightmares

Experts at the Table, part 1: How many domain crossings exist in a typical SoC today and when is the right time to verify their correctness?

Processing In Memory

Growing volume of data and limited improvements in performance create new opportunities for approaches that never got off the ground.

Using More Verification Cores

Experts at the Table, part 3: How has the software industry been dealing with parallelization. What can we learn from them and what can we teach them?

Partitioning Drives Architectural Considerations

Experts at the Table, part 1: When and how do chip architects prioritize partitioning?

Is Software Necessary?

Hardware has a love-hate relationship with software, especially when it comes to system-level verification. When is software required, and when doe...

Gaps In Verification Metrics

Experts from Arm, Intel, Nvidia and AMD look at what's missing from verification data and how to improve it.

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Round Tables

So Many Waivers Hiding Issues

Experts at the Table, part 2: Domain crossings can produce thousands of waivers. How does a team put in place a methodology for dealing with them?

Domain Crossing Nightmares

Experts at the Table, part 1: How many domain crossings exist in a typical SoC today and when is the right time to verify their correctness?

Using More Verification Cores

Experts at the Table, part 3: How has the software industry been dealing with parallelization. What can we learn from them and what can we teach them?

Partitioning Drives Architectural Considerations

Experts at the Table, part 1: When and how do chip architects prioritize partitioning?

Do Parallel Tools Make Sense?

Experts at the Table, part 2: What can be done instead? And why are companies reluctant to do more in the cloud?

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Multimedia

Using High-Bandwidth Memory

Tech Talk: Designing for high-throughput computing.

Planning Out Verification

Connecting the pieces in the verification flow.

Thermal Impact On Reliability At 7/5nm

Planning shifts further left at advanced nodes due to proximity effects and variation.

Energy-Efficient AI

How to improve the energy efficiency of AI operations.

Changing The Design Flow

The rationale for fusing together various pieces of a digital design.

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