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RedHawk Analysis Fusion and Near Threshold Voltage Computing

Power is the name of the game in this week’s episode of Amelia’s Weekly Fish Fry. We’re talking about all things power-related; from “Shift Left” power signoff to the super cool capabilities of near threshold voltage computing. Kenneth Chang (Synopsys) joins us to discuss why power integrity and reliability can make or break chip design and how RedHawk Analysis Fusion can help get your power integrity issues under control earlier (rather than later) in your next design. Also this week, Lauri Koskinen (Minima) and I chat about Minima’s foray into near threshold voltage computing and why this type of computing is perfect for voice-controlled applications.

 

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