Scaling is Failing with Moore’s Law and Dennard

Scaling is Failing with Moore’s Law and Dennard
by Dave Bursky on 05-12-2022 at 6:00 am

Scaling is Falling SemiWiki

Looking backward and forward, the white paper from Codasip “Scaling is Failing” by Roddy Urquhart provides an interesting history of processor development since the early 1970s to the present. However it doesn’t stop there and continues to extrapolate what the chip industry has in store for the rest of this decade. For the last… Read More


Optimizing AI/ML Operations at the Edge

Optimizing AI/ML Operations at the Edge
by Tom Simon on 03-22-2022 at 6:00 am

Optimizing Edge Based AI ML

AI/ML functions are moving to the edge to save power and reduce latency. This enables local processing without the overhead of transmitting large volumes of data over power hungry and slow communication links to servers in the cloud. Of course, the cloud offers high performance and capacity for processing the workloads. Yet, … Read More


Podcast EP60: Knowing your bugs can make a big difference to elevate the quality of verification

Podcast EP60: Knowing your bugs can make a big difference to elevate the quality of verification
by Daniel Nenni on 02-04-2022 at 10:00 am

Dan is joined by Philippe Luc, director of verification at  Codasip. Philippe has spent over 20 years in verification which includes an extensive and successful career at Arm. Philippe gained engineering experience with a list of significant achievements during his time there, including:

  – Design and verification… Read More


Codasip and Coby and Czech

Codasip and Coby and Czech
by Paul McLellan on 11-24-2014 at 12:00 am

At ARM TechCon I ran into Coby Hanoch who has just been appointed VP worldwide sales of a comany that I’d not previously heard of called Codasip. As the name implies they supply code, and ASIPs. Well, actually IP source code and ASIP tools. The company is based in Brno (pronounced pretty much like Bruno) in the Czech republic … Read More