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PrimeSim Continuum Meets the Challenge of Hyper-Convergent ICs with Faster SPICE Engines and a More Unified Simulation Workflow
Learn how PrimeSim Continuum, our new IC design solution, delivers the IC verification tools & SPICE simulation speed needed for modern hyper-convergent ICs.
3D ICs help SoC designers extend the design scale beyond Moore’s Law; learn how unified 3D IC design tools enable faster convergence for multi-die chips.
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.
Learn how machine learning is transforming 3D Image Segmentation for more efficient medical imaging, saving medical clinics hours and exporting high-quality 3D models from complex datasets.
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Low-power processing is essential for Smart Edge IoT applications. See what this means for smart home speakers and other devices enabled by machine learning.
Women play vital roles in developing the tools that engineers around the world use to design smart chips and develop secure code for the amazing devices that are changing the way we work and play. USA Today recently featured three Synopsys engineers, who reflect on their experiences as women in tech and offer advice on carving out success in a male-dominated field.
Posted in Application Security, Artificial Intelligence, Automotive, Cryptography, EDA, Healthcare, Internet of Things, IP, Machine Learning, Malware, Optical Design, Privacy, Quantum Computing, Robotics, Security, Superconducting Electronics, TCAD
Using previously studied data from NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope, a Google machine learning algorithm discovered two new planets orbiting a nearby star already known to have six planets. At a total of eight planets, that system matches our own solar system. It also begs a question: How many other planetary systems might be hiding in previously analyzed data?