Integrating 16nm FPGA Into 28/22nm SoC Without Losing Speed Or Flexibility

Systems companies like FPGA because it gives parallel processing performance that can outdo processors for many workloads and because it can be reconfigured when standards, algorithms, protocols or customer requirements change. But FPGAs are big, burn a lot of power and are expensive. Customers would like to integrate them into their adjacent SoC if possible. Dozens of customers are now u... » read more

Formal Verification Of AI Processor Datapaths In Automotive Applications

There aren’t many electronic applications that require correctness, safety, and security more than automobiles and other road vehicles. Owners rely on their cars operating properly and reliably at all times. The very lives of drivers, passengers, and those nearby are at risk if a vehicle misbehaves. The situation grows more serious with every innovation in automotive electronics. With a mo... » read more