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Conventional monolithic SoCs are becoming a bottleneck for power, performance, and area (PPA), creating limitations for Data-intensive applications like high-performance computing (HPC), machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI), and for hyperscale data centers. These bottlenecks are challenging
Until now, the drives in the TIA Selection Tool could be designed according to the application, but what was missing was embedding them in a higher-level main current view. This is now possible with the new update. Plan your control cabinet electrical system from the top feed to the bottom drive.
In today’s fast-paced manufacturing world, keeping up with changing customer demands is crucial.
Imagine a situation where your customer orders eco-friendly packaging and expects fast changes and top-notch quality. Can your processes handle this smoothly, or do they lead to manual work, higher costs, and slower operations?… Read More
IC designers are tasked with meeting specifications like robustness in SRAM bit cells where the probability of a violation are lower than 1 part-per-billion (1 ppb). Another example of robustness is a Flip-Flop register that must have a probability of specification violation lower than 1 part-per-million (1 ppm). Using Monte… Read More
As we all know, hearing directly from the people who actually use EDA tools, people who are solving real world problems with the latest technologies are the best source of information. Thus EDA User group meetings are always first on my event list every year which brings us to Ansys Ideas.