Why Optimizing 3DIC Designs Calls for a New Approach

Why Optimizing 3DIC Designs Calls for a New Approach
by Synopsys Editorial on 09-02-2021 at 10:00 am

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The adoption of 3DIC architectures, while not new, is enjoying a surge in popularity as product developers look to their inherent advantages in performance, cost, and the ability to combine heterogeneous technologies and nodes into a single package. As designers struggle to find ways to scale with complexity and density limitations… Read More


How Hyperscalers Are Changing the Ethernet Landscape

How Hyperscalers Are Changing the Ethernet Landscape
by Synopsys Editorial on 08-17-2021 at 6:00 am

How Hyperscalers Are Changing the Ethernet Landscape

It’s all about bandwidth these days – fueling hyperscale data centers that support high-performance and cloud computing applications. It’s what enables you to stream a movie on your smart TV while your roommate plays an online game with friends located in different parts of the country. It’s what makes big data analytics run swiftly… Read More


On-the-Fly Code Checking Catches Bugs Earlier

On-the-Fly Code Checking Catches Bugs Earlier
by Synopsys Editorial on 08-10-2021 at 6:00 am

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There’s no question that chip designs are getting more complex, driven by the power, performance, and area (PPA) demands of applications like artificial intelligence (AI), automotive, and cloud computing. This complexity, of course, trickles down to the design and testbench code. When engineers can find and fix bugs before… Read More


Mars Perseverance Rover Features First Zoom Lens in Deep Space

Mars Perseverance Rover Features First Zoom Lens in Deep Space
by Synopsys Editorial on 05-09-2021 at 10:00 am

Mars Perseverance Rover Features First Zoom Lens in Deep Space

On July 30, 2020, NASA launched the Mars 2020 Perseverance rover, which is scheduled to land today. Perseverance has been deployed to Mars with a new mission: to search for evidence of past life and collect samples that will eventually be brought back to Earth by future missions.

Mars 2020 Perseverance rendering courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech
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