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IP-SoC 2016: IP Innovation, Foundries, IoT and Security

IP-SoC 2016: IP Innovation, Foundries, IoT and Security
by Eric Esteve on 11-10-2016 at 7:00 am

The next IP-SoC conference will be held in Grenoble, France, on December 6-7, 2016 after Shanghai in September and Bangalore, India, in April. This will be the 20[SUP]th[/SUP] edition of this unique IP centric event, as well as the celebration of Design And Reuse 20[SUP]th[/SUP] anniversary. Creating in 1997 a company fully dedicated to Reuse, based on such an innovative business model as IP portal, was a real bet. If we look at D&R, it’s now the undisputed leader and the IP portal counts about 400 IP vendors and thousand IP product references. As an analyst, I must confess that I am using the web portal when needed, and my guess is that many others, customers or vendors do it as well.


IP-SoC conference agenda is organized by topics and we can identify the most hot of the year: IoT and Security. This shouldn’t be surprising as, during 2016, the semi industry has realized that the new business opportunities linked with IoT could only materialize if the security can be asserted. Do you know that the industry is still waiting for a security standard to be defined for IoT?

IP-SoC conference is located in Grenoble, France, and when talking about security we should remind that the smart card has been invented in France. We can notice that European companies are the market leaders for smart card IC, and the program reflects this focus put on security with presentations from ARM, Inside Secure and Barco Silex dealings with different aspects of security for IoT.

Before to launch a system, you need to design an IC integrating various IP and you will need to manufacture the IC. With presentations from GlobalFoundries, STMicroelectronics and TSMC, the foundry part of the IoT ecosystem is well covered! The IP side as well with ARM (#1) and Synopsys (#2) presenting several papers, as well as other IP vendors, analysts (including myself, but I will tell you more about my presentation in a separate blog) and Intel talking about IP from the customer side.

Last but not least, CEA-Leti is presenting a paper about IoT platform and FD-SOI, and Semiwiki readers know about the strong involvement of CEA-Leti into FD-SOI technology. In fact, the research center is involved in the development of specific IP that can be used in IoT systems, like connectivity IP (RF), but CEA-Leti could also tell you about security as this is one of their strong area of expertize among others, many others in fact: from High Performance Computing (HPC) to dedicated wireless network design or medical…

To register, just go HERE.

See you on Tuesday 6[SUP]th[/SUP] December in Grenoble

From Eric Esteve from IPNEST

IP-SoC Agenda

Foundry Corner and Innovation in Technology
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| “FDSOI production readiness and its roadmap beyond 22FDX” by Gerd Teepe, GlobalFoundries
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| “Innovative FSOI IP needed !!!” by Patrick Blouet, Collaborative program manager, STMicroelectronics
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| “Designing with TSMC Open Innovation Platform (OIP) Ecosystem” by Banchuan Cheong, Technical Manager, TSMC Europe
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From IP to IoT : Where is the IP world going?
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| “IP Explosion (1995-2010) and IP Paradox (2010-2025)” by Eric Esteve, IP Nest
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| “Back to the Future. The end of IoT” by Bill Finch, CAST
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| “How to jump start your ARM-based IoT chip for free” by Phil Burr, ARM
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| “HIGH PERFORMANCE SYNCHRONOUS INTERFACE FOR IOT AND WEARABLE APPLICATIONS” by Pratap Neelasheety, Synopsys
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Security a key challenge
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| “Right sizing the SoC security architecture for the new connected world” by Bart Stevens, Director of Product Management, Mobile and Networking Hardware Security Solutions, Inside Secure
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| “ARM technologies for IoT system’s security, from device to cloud” by Mike Eftimakis, ARM
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| “Setting up secure VPN connections with cryptography offloaded to your Altera SoC FPGA” by Pieter Willems, Barco Silex
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IoT Design Resources needed for a connected world
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| “L-IoT : a flexible and ultra low power IoT platform in FDSOI 28 nm” by Edith Beigne, CEA Leti
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| “ADAPTING UART FOR DISTRIBUTED MONITORING IN IOT APPLICATIONS: A DESIGNWARE IP CASE STUDY” by Sreenath Panganamala, Synopsys
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| “HIGH PERFORMANCE SYNCHRONOUS INTERFACE FOR IOT AND WEARABLE APPLICATIONS” by Pratap Neelasheety, Synopsys
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IP in SoC and Product
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| “IP Breadcrumbs Method for tracking IP versions in SOC Database” by Mukund Pai, Intel Corp
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| “A Knowledge Sharing Framework for Fabs, SoC Design Houses and IP Vendors” by Anne Meixner, The Engineers’ Daughter LLC
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