In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, we dive head first into the multi-dimensional world of portable stimulus. Tom Fitzpatrick (Mentor) and I discuss the details of the portable stimulus, the differences between vertical, horizontal and technique reuse, and why Mentor has pushed Accellera to standardize the Portable Test and Stimulus … Read More → "Verification’s Next Steps"
Some people call this artificial intelligence, but the reality is this technology will enhance us. So instead of artificial intelligence, I think we’ll augment our intelligence.” —Ginni Rometty
Artificial intelligence takes center stage in this week’s episode of Fish Fry. Ron Lowman (Synopsys – Author ofRead More → "Architecting Inference"
“Eliminate all other factors, and the one which remains must be the truth.” – Sherlock Holmes, The Sign of Four
Three engineers are sitting in a rowboat. None of them has any nautical experience or navigational instruments.
As hope for rescue fades, and with no other ships in sight, they pass the time discussing their careers (as … Read More → "The Old Man and the C Debugger"
It takes 8,460 bolts to assemble an automobile, and one nut to scatter it all over the road. – Author Unknown
Hello, my name is Amelia and I have read at least four hundred press releases about automotive design this week. It seems that this year’s Consumer Electronics Show has been taken over by automotive design. But behind the pomp and sparkle of CES lies the … Read More → "Security from the Ground Up"
5G goes beyond the regular operator business; it’s a business revolution.” – Borje Ekholm
In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, we travel down the 5G road with Frank Schirrmeister (Cadence Design Systems). Frank and I are dishing the dirt aboutwhat it will take to implement 5G systems and how architecture analysis and performance verification will be crucial to a smooth … Read More → "The Road to 5G"
How do you know when your IC design is done? When can you declare verification victory? These are the questions that coverage is supposed to help with. When your verification has covered the entire circuit, for lack of a more precise way of articulating it, then you’re done. (At least, with that part of the … Read More → "Formal and Simulation Covered Together"