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Godwin Maben

Godwin Maben is a low power architect and scientist at Synopsys, where he focuses on low-power challenges associated with multi-voltage/multi-supply designs. He has been instrumental in first-time silicon deployment of various low-power architectures and has defined many specifications for the automation of most low-power-sensitive designs. Godwin is a graduate of Bangalore University.

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How the Electronics Industry Can Shape a More Sustainable, Energy-Efficient World

We explore hyperscale datacenters & internet traffic’s impact on climate change and discuss how energy-efficient system design shapes a sustainable future.

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Posted in EDA, IP, Power


The Top 3 Chip Design Considerations for Medical Devices

We explain the medical device design process and how EDA tools help chip designers achieve better power, reliability, and security for all medical device types.

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Posted in EDA, Healthcare


Why You MUST Run Realistic Software for Full Chip Power Signoff

Effective SoC verification requires realistic software workloads during full chip power signoff; explore advantages of SoC emulation such as RTL power analysis.

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Posted in Power, Verification


Key Power Predictions for Chip Design in 2021

We discuss chip design predictions for 2021, including Artificial Intelligence & Internet of Things’ unique power management challenges between HPC & edge SoCs.

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Posted in Power


AI Requires a New Approach to Low Power Design

By Godwin Maben, Low Power Architect and Scientist for Synopsys Design Group

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Posted in Artificial Intelligence, EDA