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We have put together a webinar on November 10th titled: Accelerated development in Automotive E/E Systems using VisualSim Architect . We will provide an introduction to the available features and utilities in VisualSim architect for Automotive Networking, Hardware ECU and Software design exploration. We will… Read More
Normally I would post this Accellera update during DVCon US but, no surprise, this year is weird. Particularly in conferences going virtual. The last DVCon was in early March of this year, right on the cusp of the shutdown. I was there in person, as was Lu Dai (Chairman of Accellera). Both Synopsys and Cadence had dropped out, citing… Read More
CadenceLIVE ran a session recently in Europe which I thought would be interesting to check out, especially around automotive needs. The live sessions were too early/late for me (middle of the night) and sadly the talks I really wanted to hear weren’t recorded. Instead, I dug around for updates on automotive electronics in Europe.… Read More
In the emerging era of large scale SoCs comprised from complex IP, typically designed for AI and automotive applications, designers must embrace an innovative approach to overcome numerous safety and reliability challenges. Therefore, the solution must be scalable, robust and Functional Safety (FuSa) aware, in addition … Read More
The automotive segment is being well served by semiconductor suppliers of all sizes because of the unit volumes, and the constant push to automate more of the driving decisions to silicon and software can raise lots of questions about safety, reliability and trust. Fortunately the ISO standards body has already put in place a functional… Read More
For those of you who missed the NetSpeed Systems, Imagination Technologies webinar, “Alexa, can you help me build a better SoC”, you’ll be happy to hear that the session was recorded and can still be viewed (see link at the bottom of this page). I’ll warn you now however, that this was a high-bandwidth session packed with information,… Read More