Stop-For-Top IP Model to Replace One-Stop-Shop by 2025

Stop-For-Top IP Model to Replace One-Stop-Shop by 2025
by Eric Esteve on 06-17-2022 at 6:00 am

ALL Interface 2021 2026

…and support the creation of successful Chiplet business

The One-Stop-Shop model has allowed IP vendors of the 2000’s to create a successful IP business, mostly driven by consumer application, smartphone or Set-Top-Box. The industry has dramatically changed, and in 2020 is now driven by data-centric application (datacenter,… Read More


Benefits of a 2D Network On Chip for FPGAs

Benefits of a 2D Network On Chip for FPGAs
by Tom Simon on 04-12-2022 at 10:00 am

Achronix FPGA 2D NoC

The reason people love FPGAs for networking and communications applications is because they offer state of the art high speed interfaces and impressive parallel processing power. The problem is that typically a lot of the FPGA fabric resources are used simply to move the data on or off and across the chip. Achronix has cleverly … Read More


Demand for High Speed Drives 200G Modulation Standards

Demand for High Speed Drives 200G Modulation Standards
by Tom Simon on 01-03-2022 at 10:00 am

200G Modulation

Right now, the most prevalent generation of Ethernet for data centers is 400 Gbps, with the shift to 800 Gbps coming rapidly. It is expected that by 2025 there will be 25 million units of 800 Gbps shipped. Line speeds of 100G are used predominantly for 400 Gbps Ethernet – requiring 4 lanes each. Initially 800 Gbps will simply … Read More


Keeping Latency to a Minimum with 400G/800G Ethernet IP

Keeping Latency to a Minimum with 400G/800G Ethernet IP
by Admin on 10-06-2021 at 12:00 am

Wednesday, October 6, 2021 | 10:00 -11:00 a.m. PDT

A large volume of data is required for high performance computing (HPC) workloads in data centers. As a result, enabling data processing between machines and servers across long reach channels at high rates becomes mandatory. SoCs for HPC applications such as data center, networking

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Controlling the Automotive Network – CAN and TSN Update

Controlling the Automotive Network – CAN and TSN Update
by Bernard Murphy on 08-18-2021 at 6:00 am

automotive networks

Cars are hotbeds of systems innovation. I’ve been fortunate to be asked to write about many of these areas, from the MEMS underlying sensors to ISPs and radars, intelligent imaging and sensor fusion. And many aspects of design for safety within the SoCs around a car. But I haven’t written much about the networks connecting these … Read More


Synopsys’ Complete 800G Ethernet Solutions

Synopsys’ Complete 800G Ethernet Solutions
by Kalar Rajendiran on 08-12-2021 at 10:00 am

Evolution of Ethernet Speeds

If I ask the question, “What has grown 4,000x over the last twenty-five years?”, most people will start throwing names of some stocks. Although various stock markets have had crazy run ups and yes, there is a stock that has grown 2,500x over that period of time, the answer to the 4,000x question is not a stock. What if I modify the question… Read More


BittWare PCIe server card employs high throughput AI/ML optimized 7nm FPGA

BittWare PCIe server card employs high throughput AI/ML optimized 7nm FPGA
by Tom Simon on 10-31-2019 at 6:00 am

Back in May I wrote an article on the new Speedster7t from Achronix. This chip brings together Network on Chip (NoC) interconnect, high speed Ethernet and memory connections, and processing elements optimized for AI/ML. Speedster7t is a very exciting new FPGA that can be used effectively to accelerate a wide range of processing… Read More


Ethernet Enhancements Enable Efficiencies

Ethernet Enhancements Enable Efficiencies
by Tom Simon on 12-25-2018 at 7:00 am

Up until 2016, provisioning Ethernet networks was a little bit like buying hot dogs and hot dog buns, in that you could not always match up the quantities to get the most efficient configuration. That dramatically changed when the specification for Ethernet FlexE was adopted by the Optical Internetworking Forum as OIF-FLEXE-01.0.… Read More


Networking trends for Automotive ADAS Systems

Networking trends for Automotive ADAS Systems
by Daniel Payne on 08-16-2018 at 12:00 pm

From my restaurant seat today in Lake Oswego, Oregon I watched as an SUV driver backed out and nearly collided with a parked car, so I wanted to wave my arms or start shouting to the driver to warn them about the collision. Cases like this are a daily occurrence to those of us who drive or watch other drivers on the road, so the promises of… Read More