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The system design process can incorporate linear thinking, parallel thinking, or both, depending on the nature of the anticipated system, subsystem, or element of a subsystem. The structure, composition, scale, or focal point of a new/incremental system design incorporates the talents and gifts of the designer in either a … Read More
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
Multi-die designs allow systems engineering to pack more functionality with different timing and power constraints into a single package. Older generation multi-die split the dies into high-speed and low speed. Newer, high-performance multi-die System-on-Chip (SoC) requires interaction between memories… Read More
Architectural exploration is a vast area of engineering design. It starts with the planning phase where the designer will have the list of requirements from the customer and the rough architecture most likely on a paper. Next is to assemble the model and conduct variety of trade-offs for optimization and functional studies to … Read More
The founder of Mirabilis Design, Mr. Shankar has over two decades of experience in management and marketing of system level design tools. Prior to establishing Mirabilis Design, he held the reins as Vice President, Business Development at MemCall, a fabless semiconductor company and SpinCircuit, a joint venture of industry… Read More