The New Deep Learning Memory Architectures You Should Know About

Artificial intelligence (AI) has come a long way. While our parents grew up with the dream to one day roam with robots, today we are interviewing Sophia, a citizen of Saudi Arabia, who is also the first humanoid robot to be granted a citizenship in any country. Deep learning, a brain-inspired discipline of AI has been around for a long time but has only recently taken off due to abundant data, ... » read more

The PCB Engineer’s Guide To Successful DDR Bus Design

This paper tackles the critical signal integrity concerns encountered when designing, simulating, and analyzing DDR buses. The first section describes DDR bus design challenges that can be particularly problematic, even intimidating, to designers. Subsequent sections describe how simulation and analysis speed up the design of a functioning DDR system to reduce PCB spins and shorten the time to ... » read more

Tail End Latency And Server Debug

In the drive to deliver highly scalable services that meet the demands of mobile users, enterprises and, increasingly, the Internet of things, the software underpinning them has become incredibly complex. At the same time, the systems that run these complex workloads have become prone to troublesome and often baffling performance issues. Response times measured over the course of millions of... » read more

How To Build Security Into Your Software Development Process

To standardize the software development life cycle (SDLC), organizations implement development methodologies to fulfill their objectives in a way that best suits their organizational goals. Whether you use Agile, Waterfall, or something in between, building security into your SDLC can improve efficiency and reduce costs if it’s done the right way. Download the eBook to: Learn how to a... » read more

DO-254: Increasing Verification Coverage By Test

Verification coverage by test is essential to satisfying both the objectives of DO-254 and interpretation in FAA Oder 8110.105. However, verification of requirements by test during final board testing is challenging and time-consuming in most cases. This white paper explains the reasons behind these challenges and provides recommendations for how to overcome them. The recommendations center ... » read more

CMOS-Embedded STT-MRAM Arrays In 2xnm Nodes For GP-MCU Applications

Perpendicular Spin-Transfer Torque (STT) MRAM is a promising technology in terms of read/write speed, low power consumption and non-volatility, but there has not been a demonstration of high density manufacturability at small geometries. In this paper we present an unprecedented demonstration of a robust STT-MRAM technology designed in a 2x nm CMOS- embedded 40 Mb array. Key features are full a... » read more

Mobile Machine Learning At Arm

Machine learning is playing an increasingly significant role in emerging mobile application domains such as AR/VR, ADAS, etc. Accordingly, hardware architects have designed customized hardware for machine learning algorithms, especially neural networks, to improve compute efficiency. However, machine learning is typically just one processing stage in complex end-to-end applications, which invol... » read more

Meeting The Challenges Of The 2018 National Defense Strategy

In Secretary of Defense James Mattis’ Summary of the 2018 National Defense Strategy: Sharpening the American Military’s Competitive Edge, he provides a critical framework for driving “urgent change at significant scale.” This paper describes the role that Cadence can play in assisting the nation and its partners in achieving that urgency and scale of change called for in the vision and ... » read more

Meeting ISO 26262 Software Standards

Software controls everything from safety critical systems like brakes and power steering, to basic vehicle controls like doors and windows. Yet the average car today may have up to 150,000 bugs, many of which could damage the brand, hurt customer satisfaction and, in the most extreme case, lead to a catastrophic failure. Software development testing is designed to help developers, management an... » read more

Application Of Richardson Extrapolation To The Co-Simulation Of FMUs From Building Simulation

The application of the FMI technology gains ground in building simulation. As far as specialized tools support the FMI simulator coupling becomes an important option to simulate complex building models. Co-simulation needs a master algorithm which controls the communication time steps as well as the signal exchange between FMUs. Often a constant communication step size is applied chosen by the ... » read more

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