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原文出處: Please Excuse the Mesh: CFD and Pointwise 作者: Paul McLellan Cadence於今年四月收購了流體動力學公司Pointwise。在我的前一篇文章探討 Pointwise、PCIe、RISC-V 中有簡短地提到。為了深入瞭解Pointwise，我聯繫了人在德州沃斯堡 (達拉斯人) 的Pointwise執行長 (或稱榮譽執行長)...
ASCENT: Analyzing Electrical Stress, Aging, and Faults of PCB Components
Component heating, Joule heating, heat sinks…does the very idea of checking the stress of hundreds of devices on a board for various operating conditions make you reach for a cup of coffee? Is a...
How to Verify LPDDR5 from IP to System Level?
LPDDR5 DRAM aims to serve a wide array of markets, including automotive, client PCs and networking systems built for 5G and AI Application. So not only that the JEDEC LPDDR5 specification has...
Vietnamese Orphanages and Smartphone Apps
Kids in orphanages have a hard life. You only have to read Oliver Twist to get some idea of that. Or watch the recent hit Netflix drama Queen's Gambit . The best way to secure a future is to get...
Virtuoso Meets Maxwell: Making the Ports Ready for Simulations in Clarity 3D Solver
'Virtuoso Meets Maxwell' is a blog series aimed at exploring the capabilities and potential of Virtuoso RF Solution and Virtuoso MultiTech. So, how does Virtuoso meets Maxwell? Now, the...
UCLA Leverages High-level Synthesis to Make Rapid Architecture Trade-offs
The Cadence Academic Network values our deep relationships and collaborations with universities. We’re always looking for ways that we can deepen the bond and broaden professor and student knowledge...
The Evolution of Computational Aerospace and CFD
In the beginning there was the airfoil. Or more specifically, in 1968 it became clear that something new was needed to help design supercritical airfoils and wings. Today there is serious planning...
Extending Quadcopter Drone Flight Time and Range with OMNIS CFD Simulations
Drones have proven to be an efficient solution for a large range of applications within the military, industrial, and private consumer domains. In the past decade, their use has been soaring and...
Chalk Talks Featuring Cadence
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.
TensorFlow to RTL with High-Level Synthesis
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.
Cadence Celsius Thermal Solver
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.
Mom, I Have a Digital Twin? Now You Tell Me?
Today, one engineer’s “system” is another engineer’s “component.” The complexity of system-level design has skyrocketed with the new wave of intelligent systems. In this world, optimizing electronic system designs requires digital twins, shifting left, virtual platforms, and emulation to sort everything out. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Frank Schirrmeister of Cadence Design Systems about system-level optimization.
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IP Solutions for a Data-Centric World
High-performance computing, data communications, networking, and storage systems are taking center stage in many application areas, driven by newer applications such as analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), genomics, and simulation-intensive workloads. Power efficiency, high performance, and small form factor are key requirements for such systems. This paper examines how Cadence’s pre-verified, standards-based design IP can help you deliver on your quality and time-to-market goals.
The Verification World We Know is About to be Revolutionized
Designs and software are growing in complexity. With verification, you need the right tool at the right time. Cadence® Palladium® Z2 emulation and Protium™ X2 prototyping dynamic duo address challenges of advanced applications from mobile to consumer and hyperscale computing. With a seamlessly integrated flow, unified debug, common interfaces, and testbench content across the systems, the dynamic duo offers rapid design migration and testing from emulation to prototyping. See them in action.
Overcoming Signal Integrity Challenges of 112G Connections on PCB
One big challenge with 112G SerDes is handling signal integrity (SI) issues. By the time the signal winds its way from the transmitter on one chip to packages, across traces on PCBs, through connectors or cables, and arrives at the receiver, the signal is very distorted, making it a challenge to recover the clock and data-bits of the information being transferred. Learn how to handle SI issues and ensure that data is faithfully transmitted with a very low bit error rate (BER).
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Speeding Up Large-Scale EM Simulation of ICs Without Compromising Accuracy
With growing on-chip RF content, electromagnetic (EM) simulation of passives is critical — from selecting the right RF design candidates to detecting parasitic coupling. Being on-chip, accurate EM analysis requires a tie in to the process technology with process design kits (PDKs) and foundry-certified EM simulation technology. Anything short of that could compromise the RFIC’s functionality. Learn how to get the highest-in-class accuracy and 10X faster analysis.
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