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Why Datapath Validation Is Important—and How HECTOR Technology Can Help

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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Posted in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Verification

 

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, EDA, HPC, Inside Synopsys, Internet of Things, Optical Design, Prototyping, Security, Verification

 

Q&A with Synopsys Scientist Lisa McIlwain: Advancing Women in STEM

We sit down with Synopsys Scientist Lisa McIlwain to discuss her career path, circuit design verification, & the challenges of advancing women in STEM careers.

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Posted in EDA, Verification

 

FPGA Prototyping Brings More Performance, Scalability to SoC Hardware and Software Development (Part 3)

FPGA prototyping uses the high-capacity field-programmable gate arrays prototyping process; learn how FPGA programming increases performance and scalability in the SoC design cycle.

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Posted in Prototyping, Verification

 

Virtual Prototyping: Accelerating Critical Embedded Software Development for SoCs (Part 2)

Learn how virtual prototyping tools reduce software development time and increase productivity in the SoC design process.

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Posted in Prototyping, Verification

 

SoC Design: Prototyping is a key for early software development and system validation (Part 1)

By Marc Serughetti, Senior Director Product Marketing and Business Development of Embedded Software Solutions, and Johannes Stahl, Senior Director Product Marketing and Business Development for Emulation and Prototyping

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Posted in Prototyping, Verification