Modern computer applications rely heavily on graphics processing and rendering which involve a lot of simultaneous mathematical calculations. A typical CPU is not suitable for jobs that require simultaneous processing, which is why the concept of a dedicated Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) was introduced. The GPU has found its scope not only in graphics processing but also several emerging applications like AI, machine learning, VR, autonomous driving, and network routing.
LPDDR5: Meeting Power, Performance, Bandwidth, and Reliability Requirements of AI, IoT and Automotive
The semiconductor industry is buzzing with new technologies – Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), IoT, Automotive, etc. – bringing a revolution by easing out our day-to-day lives and improving considerably performance, bandwidth and reliable data processing and transfer. Reliability and data integrity are even more important for safety critical verticals where even the slightest error can be catastrophic. Stepping up to meet industry trends, JEDEC recently announced its fifth revision of LPDDR standard JESD209-5 which is all equipped to match the latest bandwidth, power, performance, and reliability trends. Immediately following this, Synopsys announced the Industry’s First LPDDR5 IP & VIP Solution Extending Leadership in DDR5/LPDDR5. Strengthening our leadership in memory VIP, recently we also announced the Industry’s First DDR5 NVDIMM-P Verification IP, showing our continued collaboration with leading memory vendors.