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The computational software algorithms used in EDA are fundamentally mathematical in nature. Many algorithms are various forms of computation using very large sparse matrices. Last Saturday was a...
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This is my second update post where I cover things that I have covered before, and where there is some news, but no enough to make a completely new post. The first update was Weekend Update ....
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Rigid-flex sounds like something that might be a Crossfit workout-of-the-day. But it is actually a way of doing electronic design for small form factors using flexible PCBs (typically along with some...
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We renamed our user conference to CadenceLIVE (from CDNLive) just in time for it not to be live and to go virtual. The first conference is CadenceLIVE Americas coming up from August 11th to 13th....
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Cloud Computing for Electronic Design (Are We There Yet?)
When your project is at crunch time, a shortage of server capacity can bring your schedule to a crawl. But, the rest of the year, having a bunch of extra servers sitting around idle can be extremely expensive. Cloud-based EDA lets you have exactly the compute resources you need, when you need them. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Craig Johnson of Cadence Design Systems about Cadence’s cloud-based EDA solutions.
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TensorFlow to RTL with High-Level Synthesis — Cadence Design Systems
Bridging the gap from the AI and data science world to the RTL and hardware design world can be challenging. High-level synthesis (HLS) can provide a mechanism to get from AI frameworks like TensorFlow into synthesizable RTL, enabling the development of high-performance inference architectures. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Dave Apte of Cadence Design Systems about doing AI design with HLS.
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Cadence Celsius Thermal Solver — Cadence Design Systems
Electrical-thermal co-simulation can dramatically improve the system design process, allowing thermal design adaptation to be done much earlier. The Cadence Celsius Thermal Solver is a complete electrical-thermal co-simulation solution for the full hierarchy of electronic systems from ICs to physical enclosures. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with CT Kao of Cadence Design Systems about how the Celsius Thermal Solver can help detect and mitigate thermal issues early in the design process.
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