So far in this blog series, I started with my top 5 takeaways from my PMI Project Management training and project experience within ic design services, and then went into more detail in the second blog.
Many challenges arise when implementing high performance ip cores. One of these is how to effectively skew the clock tree to enable efficient slack borrowing from neighbouring stages in a register-based.
Almost every aspect of electronic design has at least some focus on low power, particularly with mobile devices dominating the consumer market. Designers are faced with OEMs demanding that the size of the.
According to Gartner, the total average IC design cost for a 14nm chip is about $80 million, compared to $30 million for a 28nm planar device. Whilst many vendors will remain at 28nm, the 'big guys' have.
Many prospective IoT/M2M start-ups, and companies producing components for customer products, would benefit from a custom ASIC (application specific integrated circuit) to generate venture capital or lead.
In my previous blog, I discussed some of the perils to avoid as a new project manager and now I’d like to begin to explain how we turn this herculean task of project management into something more.
In an ever competitive market place design teams are often faced with the challenge of providing differentiated products by achieving market leading power performance and area (PPA) targets to drive future.
In this post we look at the use of the latest power aware verification methodologies to “shift left” - to verify power architectures early and minimise bugs occurring in the power control network late in the.
Functional Verification can enable your verification environment to “shift left”, starting verification early in the design cycle by streamlining testbench development, facilitating faster turnaround times.
Once upon a time I was a carefree physical design engineer, happily running place and route. I must have been doing something right because one day I was asked to replace the EDA tools with a Gantt chart.
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