Learn how ASIL-certified EDA tools help automotive designers create safe, secure, and reliable Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) for smart vehicles.
With DVCon 2021 on the horizon we share a primer on our datapath verification technology HECTOR, exploring its impact on machine learning & AI chip design.
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The Perseverance Mars rover will search for evidence of life with the first zoom lens in a deep space instrument. Learn about the breakthrough Mastcam-Z.
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Explore ethernet's impact on the hyperscale data center and learn how EDA tools enable new high-bandwidth connectivity for networking, HPC, AI SoCs & more.
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Silicon-Proven Automotive-Grade DesignWare IP
Get the latest on Synopsys' automotive IP portfolio supporting ISO 26262 functional safety, reliability, and quality management standards, with an available architecture for SoC development and safety management.
Designing your own Processor with ASIP Designer
Designing your own processor is time-consuming and resource intensive, and it used to be limited to a few experts. But Synopsys’ ASIP Designer tool allows you to design your own specialized processor within your deadline and budget. Watch this video to learn more.
AI SoC Chats: Protecting Data with Security IP
Understand the threat profiles and security trends for AI SoC applications, including how laws and regulations are changing to protect the private information and data of users. Secure boot, secure debug, and secure communication for neural network engines is critical. Learn how DesignWare Security IP and Hardware Root of Trust can help designers create a secure enclave on the SoC and update software remotely.
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Synopsys Chalk Talks
Silicon Lifecycle Management (SLM)
Wouldn’t it be great if we could keep on analyzing our IC designs once they are in the field? After all, simulation and lab measurements can never tell the whole story of how devices will behave in real-world use. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Randy Fish of Synopsys about gaining better insight into IC designs through the use of embedded monitors and sensors, and how we can enable a range of new optimizations throughout the lifecycle of our designs.
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