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From Secure Silicon to 3DICs, Synopsys Highlights Innovations at DARPA ERI Summit

We’re showcasing chip design & EDA innovations at DARPA’s 2021 Electronics Resurgence Initiative (ERI) Summit & MTO Symposium, including 3DICs & SoC emulation.

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Posted in Aerospace and Defense

 

How Radiation Modeling Via TCAD Enhances Reliability of Space Systems

Learn how TCAD software helps chip designers create radiation-hardened chips that conform to NASA’s pillars for reliability, security, and fault-tolerance.

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Posted in Aerospace and Defense, TCAD

 

Mars Perseverance Rover Features First Zoom Lens in Deep Space

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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Posted in Aerospace and Defense, Optical Design

 

2020 Recap: “Smart Everything” Year in Review

We cap off 2020 with a look at this year’s Smart Everything developments, including AI advancements, new EDA tools, 5G’s global rollout, and security in design.

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Posted in 5G, Aerospace and Defense, Application Security, Artificial Intelligence, Automotive, Cloud, EDA, HPC, Inside Synopsys, Internet of Things, Optical Design, Prototyping, Security, Verification

 

How Shifting Security Left Enables More Robust Defense Applications

Security is imperative for defense applications; we explore how shifting security left in the design process (DevSecOps) allows security & speed to coexist.

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Posted in Aerospace and Defense, Application Security

 

Synopsys Brings a Secure Silicon Mentality to Chipset Design in DARPA’s AISS Program

Synopsys joins DARPA’s AISS program as a chip design contractor, developing security-aware EDA tools to accelerate time to market in the chipset design process.

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Posted in Aerospace and Defense, Artificial Intelligence, EDA, Internet of Things, IP, Robotics