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What’s Next For Emulation


Emulation is now the cornerstone of verification for advanced chip designs, but how emulation will evolve to meet future demands involving increasingly dense, complex, and heterogeneous architectures isn't entirely clear. EDA companies have been investing heavily in emulation, increasing capacity, boosting performance, and adding new capabilities. Now the big question is how else they can le... » read more

Performance Analysis Of Electric Motors For EV Powertrains


Developing a battery EV powertrain is a complex systems problem. This technical paper examines the design and development of electric motors in an EV powertrain, showing how the different design choices — such as motor topology, winding type and cooling system — can be compared and evaluated considering their overall system impact. ANSYS Motor-CAD simulations can help engineers determine wh... » read more

How Software-Driven Tests Support Concurrent Power/Performance Analysis


There’s always been an intimate relationship between performance and power—and it’s one that is acutely affected by architecture. Architectural innovation can yield orders of magnitude improvements in performance/power metrics. For example, we’ve seen a growing popularity in multi-core and heterogeneous core systems with purpose-specific hardware accelerators. These configurations are o... » read more