Among the multiple technologies that are poised to deliver substantial value in the future, Artificial Intelligence (AI) tops the list. An IEEE survey showed that AI will drive the majority of innovation across almost every industry sector in the next one to five years.
As a result, the AI revolution is motivating the need for … Read More
The Dawn of a New RISCby Camille Kokozaki on 06-01-2018 at 7:00 amCategories: Events, IP, RISC-V
The 8[SUP]th[/SUP] RISC-V Workshop was held in Barcelona May 7-10 with 325 attendees from 150+ companies and was the biggest RISC-V event outside of Silicon Valley, demonstrating the momentum of the RISC-V Foundation and the growth of the ecosystem in Europe.… Read More
When I had to define the various IP categories (processor, analog & mixed-signal, wired interfaces, etc.) to build the Design IP Report, I scratched my head for a while about the processor main category: how to define the sub-categories? Not that long ago, it was easy to identify a CPU IP core and a DSP IP core. As of today, if a DSP… Read More
We periodically see that “software ate the world” line – I’m pretty sure I’ve used it a couple times myself. The fact is, software doesn’t run itself; never has, never will. Somewhere there has to be an underlying computer. First it was on beads, then in gears, then in tubes.… Read More
MIPS is one of the most prolific, longest-living industry-standard processor architectures, existing in numerous incarnations over nearly three decades.
MIPS has powered products including game systems from Nintendo and Sony; DVRs from Dish Network, EchoStar and TiVo; set-top boxes from Cisco and Motorola; DTVs from Samsung… Read More