Computational Software

Computational software tools address the design challenges of each of the semiconductor, system, and intelligence design dimensions.


To power the technologies and products of the future, end-application system companies are increasingly designing the full stack of their solution. Some are even designing their own semiconductors, and optimizing the end-to-end solution across chips, packages, printed circuit boards (PCBs), software, and the entire system to meet demanding market requirements. This movement is driving a convergence of three trends in electronics design. First, many applications require intelligent computation in their systems, optimized for the specific application and workload. Second, advancements in traditional CPU clock frequency have tapered off, constrained by core architectural limitations. Third, Moore’s Law has been driving exponential growth in semiconductor density, producing performance and power benefits when adopting new semiconductor process technologies, but the rate of progress has slowed. In addition, the cost of advanced-process nodes has grown substantially.

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