IP suppliers play a key role in the automotive supply chain to enable the new generation of high-performance Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) SoCs.
This article from EETimes explores what are key issues for next-generation SoCs for automotive (ADAS) applications.
Safety consciousness is on the rise. As more and more things become automated and connected, interest in functional safety in design is growing.
Richard Quinnell, Chief Editor of EETimes, outlines why industrial, medical and automation projects are increasingly demanding that safety features be built into the design.
In a recent blog for EETimes, Mike Bartley (founder and CEO of TVS) shared his perspective on the Risks and Rewards of Early Tapeout. A short abstract of the article is enclosed below. To read the full article visit EETimes.
Early tapeout has one clear advantage. The fastest platform for running tests is the silicon itself. Even the best emulator or FPGA can only operate at a fraction of the speed of the final target, assuming that the SoC can be mapped.