Traditional design approaches limit interaction to successive steps in a largely linear workflow. Synopsys said a more holistic approach using AI driven chip design can offer design time and performance improvements.
VE-VIDES, a research project between 12 partners and coordinated by Infineon, will look at identifying a novel IP design and verification flow that will ensure trustworthiness, especially in security-critical electronic systems in IoT.
The open nature of the RISC-V means anyone can design a custom processor, moving the verification task from a few specialist suppliers to all SoC developers. This article looks at an open-source IP with industrial-grade verification and open methodology to support verification of an open-source CV32E40P core.
This article provides a walkthrough of the steps needed to quickly train an algorithm to detect diabetic retinopathy and prevent early blindness.
Three-year EU funded project XANDAR aims to deliver a mature software toolchain (from requirements capture down to the actual code integration on target including verification and validation) fulfilling the need for rapid prototyping of interoperable and autonomous embedded systems.
Until recently, the semiconductor industry’s awareness of the advantages to chip design and electronic design automation (EDA) tools in the cloud was somewhat “overcast.” While…
The new NS31A from NSITEXE is a new RISC-V based 32-bit general purpose CPU that supports ISO 26262 ASIL D level functional safety for automotive applications.