First Line of Defense: Developer Security Tools In The IDE

We all want to produce better and more secure software, and we want to do it faster than ever before. For developers, this means taking on more responsibility for security without sacrificing velocity, as well as learning new tools and processes that may have been prescribed by teams that are disconnected from the development process. By bringing security detection and remediation into the i... » read more

Three Key Aspects Of IP Quality

It’s no secret that today’s huge system-on-chip (SoC) projects require massive amounts of design reuse. No team, no matter how talented, can design a billion or more gates from scratch. They use extensive borrowing of RTL code from previous and related projects, plus hundreds of thousands of instantiated IP blocks from internal libraries, open-source repositories, development partners, and ... » read more