The upshot: With a custom computing box that emulates a giant CPU/GPU pair, D2S says that they can perform full-chip ILT in a day.
Ever since the sizes of features to be printed on silicon dropped well below the wavelength of the light used to do the printing, we’ve had to monkey with the shapes … Read More → "Full-Chip ILT in a Day"
Are you ready for an EDA smorgasbord? In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, we are laying out virtual buffet of emulation, hardware assisted development, enterprise prototyping, and parser platforms for your friday podcasting pleasure. First up, Frank Schirrmeister (Cadence Design Systems) joins us to dish about our growing thirst for verification, the benefits of FPGA based prototyping and why hardware-assisted development is more and more important these … Read More → "So Many Verification Cycles, So Little Time"
“I don’t want my personality to overshadow my talent.” – Cardi B
What is the IP business, really? You’re buying a product, albeit an intangible one. You pay a license fee and you get a thing in return, like huge and complicated Verilog files or millions of lines of software. Maybe you also get some documentation, or … Read More → "Imagination Technologies Rents Talent"
The upshot: Trained AI models have to be adapted for specific inference implementations. New inference hardware was presented at Hot Chips by Intel, Xilinx, and Nvidia, and Mipsology has yet another inference option.
This week we bring the natural follow-on to the machine-learning (ML) training piece of Read More → "SoCs for ML Inference"
The upshot: new NIL/SWIL sensing technology from Artilux uses longer-wavelength light, making ToF measurements safer and more accurate.
Cameras flatten us all. We can see what we’re looking at, but there are two limitations: everything is squished into 2D, so that our noses are in the same plane as the front of our ears; and we … Read More → "Longer Wavelengths for Safer Ranging"