The Joint Electron Device Engineering Council (JEDEC) has been developing and maintaining DRAM standards for years, defining emerging Memory standards like the DRAM standard. The most recent announcement declares the fifth generation of the DRAM, DDR5, is finally ready for release. The work to define DDR5 began in 2017 with the objective of delivering a standard that could move beyond the DDR4 speed limitations of 16 Gb and 3200 MT/s. The intention was to address new applications around data centers high-end servers for handling AI/ML workloads.
Compute Express Link (CXL) is the latest specification in interconnect technology for high bandwidth devices. It provides high-speed, efficient connectivity from CPUs to other components of the high-performance computing platform.
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) has been a part of our entertainment systems for nearly two decades now. Though the look of the cable has remained the same over the years, the input has undergone many improvements since its release in 2002.
Increasing complexities of processor architectures with limited overall performance scale-up have created a demand for a domain specific architecture to ensure extensive performance scaling. – this is when RISC-V began to gain momentum. RISC-V is gathering widespread attention throughout sectors like datacenter accelerators, mobile & wireless, IoT, etc. for its extensibility. Many industry leaders are beginning to adopt RISC-V for its open source availability that reduces time-to-market and cost effectiveness while at the same time scaling up the overall performance and leaving room for innovation and automation.
HDMI ARC, What is it and Why You Should Care?
It’s a longstanding cliché, but it is true that verification is a marathon. An integrated verification platform accompanied by a systematic verification methodology are the building blocks to manage the verification complexity of modern system-on-chip (SoC) designs. High performance simulation environment is the foundation however it is not enough to reach to the verification closure that requires regressing hardware in conjunction to real application scenarios and software.
Synopsys offers a broad set of verification solutions for next generation Arm® AMBA® protocols, including AMBA5 CHI Issue D(CHI-D), and verification automation solutions including VC AutoTestbench for Testbench Generation and VC Autoperformance for Performance Verification of ARM based protocols, which designers have widely adopted and achieved numerous tape-out successes. We continue the rapid expansion of Synopsys’ verification solutions for AMBA protocols and strengthen our leadership with our latest offering of VIP for AMBA ACE5 and AXI5, which are already in use by early adopters of the new specifications. Synopsys VIP for the AMBA5 CHI Issue D (CHI-D) specification enabled early customers and partners to extend the standard architecture for their next-generation coherent designs with new enhancements for increased performance. Let’s dive down to understand more about the new features and latency optimization techniques available in AMBA5 CHI Issue D.
Arm TechCon was successfully held at San Jose Convention Center on 8-10th October, 2019. Synopsys protocol experts were there demonstrating our verification solutions for attendees from a wide spectrum of markets like IoT, mobile, automotive, and consumer.
We are excited to attend the upcoming JEDEC workshops and tutorial in Santa Clara, October 7th – 10th. The workshops will provide an introduction and in-depth technical review of the DDR5, LPDDR5 and NVDIMM-P standards as well as present the latest reliability and optimization features.
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