What are you ready to mobilize for FPGA debug?

What are you ready to mobilize for FPGA debug?
by Frederic Leens on 12-04-2017 at 7:00 am

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There are 3 common misconceptions about debugging FPGA with the real hardware:

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  • Debugging happens because the engineers are incompetent.
  • FPGA debugging on hardware ‘wastes’ resources.
  • A single methodology should solve ALL the problems.
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    A Software Company Making Hardware

    A Software Company Making Hardware
    by Daniel Payne on 08-08-2016 at 12:00 pm

    I’ve been a daily Facebook user for many years now and it keeps me in touch with family, friends, some business contacts and even a handful of high-tech companies. My first impression is that Facebook is a very successful, cloud-based, social platform staffed with software developers and a few marketing mavens. On closer… Read More


    CEO Insight: Transformation of Vayavya Labs into System Design Automation

    CEO Insight: Transformation of Vayavya Labs into System Design Automation
    by Pawan Fangaria on 05-12-2016 at 7:00 am

    With the advent of SoCs, design abstractions and verification has moved up at the system level. It’s imperative that EDA moves up the value chain to start design automation at system level. The System Design Automation will be the new face of EDA in coming years.… Read More


    Synopsys Did 90% of Business From Backlog with A Deal Length of 2.5 Years. Err…What Does That Mean?

    Synopsys Did 90% of Business From Backlog with A Deal Length of 2.5 Years. Err…What Does That Mean?
    by Paul McLellan on 08-27-2015 at 7:00 am

    Image RemovedHere is Trac Pham, Synopsys CFO, from last weeks earnings call:Greater than 90% of Q3 revenue came from beginning of quarter backlog…the weighted average duration of our renewable customer license commitments was about 2.5 years, and we expect duration for the full year to be about 2.7 years.

    What does that… Read More


    Secure Microprocessors the Andes Way

    Secure Microprocessors the Andes Way
    by Paul McLellan on 01-04-2015 at 7:00 am

    Microprocessor vendors such as Andes have been saying for some time that security requires extensive hardware support. In particular, embedded processors in intelligent sensors inside IoT chips are now popular targets for hackers, who find it easy to change the program code and system parameters to alter the operation of the… Read More