Tag Archives: ARM

Defining Sufficient Coverage – Part III

The role of coverage is to provide a metric that can be used to determine the completeness or adequacy of the verification process. This article from Semiengineering captures a conversation between Mentor Graphics, ARM, Atrenta and Real Intent on how to tackle issues including system level coverage, functional fault models, redundancy and interfaces.

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Can The IoE Ever Be Secure?

The Internet of Everything (IoE) is an emerging application where devices can connect to a host of other devices, each either providing data from sensors, or containing actuators that can control functions. The rapid rise of the number of connected devices comes with a commensurate increase in the number of security issues. This article from SemiEngineering outlines the conversation of ARM and Freescale on how to provide the security for IoT devices.

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AMBA 5 AHB5 Verification IP: What’s It all about?

Synopsys announced the availability of Verification IP for the new ARM AMBA 5 Advanced High-Performance Bus 5 (AHB5) interconnects. This article outlines how AHB5 supports the newly announced ARMv8-M architecture which drives security into the hardware layer to ensure developers have a fast and efficient way of protecting any embedded or Internet of Things (IoT) device.

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