One transistor, two transistors, three transistors, four,
Five transistors, six transistors, seven transistors, Moore.
Way, way back in 1965, when the nearly prehistoric semiconductor industry made integrated circuits using the equivalent of stone knives and bearskins, … Read More → "Moore’s Law and the Seven Devices"
We now live in a data-driven world. With the proliferation of IoT, we are rapidly ramping toward a trillion connected sensors on the planet, all gathering data at an ever-accelerating pace. In just the last year or so, it is likely that we have gathered more data than in all of human history prior to that. But data is useless unless we do something with it, … Read More → "Modernizing the Memory Hierarchy"
For the last half century, a large segment of the world’s electronic engineers have worked in the insane vortex of Moore’s Law. Entire engineering careers from college through retirement have been spent with the only constant being exponential change. Whatever you learned in engineering school was obsolete before your first job promotion. Whatever you managed to design one year, you had to double to … Read More → "In the Shadow of Moore’s Law"
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"