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So far Tim Lewis has created 244 blog entries.

How to Secure Your Smart Home

With smart home tech and IoT devices proliferating in homes and businesses across the country, the security of these devices is as crucial as the smartphones and laptops that contain our most sensitive information, whether it’s individual privacy or the potential of these devices to be used in large-scale hacks against businesses and the very [...]

9th February, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Giant Auto Industry Disruption Ahead

Autonomous vehicles are causing fundamental shifts across several established industry segments tied to automotive, opening up big opportunities for chips and tools. This article from Semiengineering explores why the move to self-driving vehicles over the next decade or so will result in a massive restructuring of entire segments of the global economy that have evolved [...]

9th February, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Using Hardware Secure modules to protect SoCs

Building secure SoCs takes a methodical approach, careful study of possible attacks, and embedded hardware that can provide a Root of Trust. Protecting security in an SoC means protecting the device in all states. This article from Tech Design Forum focuses on how to protect SoCs using hardware security modules. Read More Find out how [...]

9th February, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

See T&VS at DVCon USA (Feb 26 – Mar 1, 2018) and on Panel: Can we learn anything from new big data techniques?

During the last week of February, the DoubleTree hotel in San Jose, California will once again host DVCon U.S. and T&VS are delighted to be contributing to the 'Big Data' panel discussion titled: Help! System Coverage is a Big Data Problem! moderated by Brian Bailey of Semiconductor Engineering. Portable Test and Stimulus - The Next [...]

How to Successfully Design for Testing or DFT

Design for testing or DFT consists of IC design techniques that add testability features to a hardware product design. The added features make it easier to develop and apply manufacturing tests to the designed hardware. The purpose of manufacturing tests is to validate that the product hardware contains no manufacturing defects that could adversely affect the product's correct functioning. [...]

8th February, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Meeting the Internet of Medical Things’ Demands for Networking

More connected medical devices are coming online every day, reshaping the way that healthcare networks are designed, used and secured. This article explores why IoT networks increase complexity for medical networks and describes how to build out IoT infrastructure requirements which help to ensure the security in medical network. Read More Learn more about how [...]

8th February, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Security Testing of Web Applications

Owing to the huge amount of data stored in web applications and increase in the number of transactions on the web, proper security testing of web applications is becoming very important day-by-day. This article focuses on the key terms used in website security testing and its testing approach. Read More Find how T&VS Web Application [...]

8th February, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

IoT Security: How Can I Save My Data?

IoT has become an evident part of our lives, and its security must be addressed by the entire tech community which helps us revolutionize technology and make it more beneficial towards our lives as a whole. This article highlights how does IoT security work and how it is beneficial towards our lives and describes how [...]

8th February, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|

Understanding the inner workings of UVM – Part 2

This article highlights the UVM communication protocols set between Sequence, Sequencer and Driver, and describes how the class sequencer interacts with class uvm_sequence to generate stimulus out of sequence_item. Read More Join T&VS UVM training and learn how to improve the verification accuracy and quality for today’s SoC.

8th February, 2018|Blog, Thought Leadership|