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At Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE), the team working to create IP for “The Machine,” HPE’s vision for the future of computing, recently decided to make the switch to the Xcelium Simulator from their old mix of simulators. To gauge how much Xcelium ...
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Jensen (Jen-Hsun) Huang is CEO of NVIDIA. If you know anything about NVIDIA, it is probably that they have a strong position in the graphic processor unit (GPU) market, especially for video games. However, their industry has been changing. A GPU is ...
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Fixed Point, Floating Point – What Are the Needs of DSP Applications?
When implementing DSP algorithms, the tradeoff between fixed- and floating-point math can have huge implications on performance and precision. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Pushkar Patwardhan of Cadence Design Systems about making the critical decisions on floating-point versus fixed-point.
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