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LPDDR5: Enhancements in Bandwidth, Reliability, and Power for IoT, AI, and Image Processing

New applications like Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous cars, Augmented reality, Embedded vision are driving stricter requirements around memory performance and power efficiency.  Memory is central to these systems, that require high bandwidth and speed along with lower power and lower cost. With these emerging market needs, the memory industry started to move from planar […]

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Latest Buzz on Next Generation Protocols

We recently published the VIP Newsletter for Jan 2018, containing trending topics, leading solutions, in depth technical articles, videos, webinars, and updates on next generation protocols. In case you missed the latest buzz on Verification IP, you can read it here.                     The Q1 2018 edition […]

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Posted in ACE, AMBA, Automotive, AXI, C-PHY, Camera, CHI, CSI, D-PHY, Data Center, DDR, Debug, Flash, Interconects, LPDDR, Memory, Methodology, MIPI, Mobile SoC, NVMe, PCIe, Processor Subsystems, SPI, Storage, SystemVerilog, Test Suites, Type C, Uncategorized, UVM | No Comments »

 

MIPI Solutions for Automotive, IoT and Mixed Reality

This year, MIPI DevCon was held in Bangalore, India and Hsinchu City, Taiwan in October. Synopsys MIPI protocol experts hosted several demos at each conference showcasing implementation experiences, use cases and application examples within mobile, automotive, IoT and mixed reality applications. Synopsys VIP experts demonstrated the compression and decompression of an image using MIPI DSI-DSC […]

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Higher Mobile Storage Performance at Lower System Cost

Higher storage performance at a lower cost can create a bottleneck in the design of storage devices.  In order to achieve higher performance, devices must use on chip DRAM, which adds to the overall cost. This is where Unified Memory Extension (UME), a JEDEC specification, comes into the picture. It is defined as extension to […]

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Posted in Automotive, eMMC, Flash, Memory, MIPI, Mobile SoC, ONFi, SPI, Storage, UFS, Uncategorized, Unipro | Comments Off on Higher Mobile Storage Performance at Lower System Cost

 

MIPI CSI-2 v2.0: Emerging Applications in IoT, Drones and Automotive

MIPI Camera Serial Interface (CSI-2) is widely used as a camera interface in the mobile industry. MIPI Alliance is constantly working towards providing a solution to cater the increasing demand for higher-bandwidth and high-definition video like 1080p, 4K, and 8K. The MIPI Working Group released CSI-2 v2.0 to target emerging imaging and vision applications. It […]

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First USB 3.2 VIP and TestSuite: Enhances the Verification Solution for USB IP, SoC and Type-C Subsystems

USB has literally become universal and present in every device ranging from smart phones and personal computers, IoT and wearables, storage and networking, consumer electronics and gaming consoles, automotive and many other emerging verticals. The success of USB can be attributed to innovation with each new generation—the capability to transfer data as well as supply […]

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USB Type-C Alternate Mode: The One for All

In our previous blog, “Ever Wonder How USB Type-C Works”, one of the paramount features we discussed was the Type-C connector being used with third party peripherals in-addition to USB. The mode in which the Type-C cable assembly facilitates operation of “Alternate” protocols is called Alternate Mode. USB Type-C Alternate Mode specification allows MHL, DisplayPort, […]

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Ever Wonder How USB Type-C Works?

In our previous Type-C blog – What’s New with USB TYPE-C, we looked at why Type-C is the next-generation adaptor, which is thinner with multipurpose capabilities, making it quite handy to the end consumer. Along with fulfilling the power/charging abilities, it intends to proxy several cable plugs like VGA, HDMI, beefy USB Type-A connector, etc. Predominant […]

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Connecting DisplayPort to Multiple Devices

In our previous blog – Unraveling the Topologies of DisplayPort 1.4/1.3, we discussed SST (Single Stream Transport) topology in DisplayPort to transmit single stream from source to sink devices. We also touched upon basics of MST (Multi Stream Transport) topology to transmit multiple streams to single/multiple devices. In this blog we will delve into the different […]

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Unraveling the Topologies of DisplayPort 1.4/1.3

DisplayPort is a display interface used to connect a video source to any display device such as monitor, projectors etc. DisplayPort enables high resolutions with support for deep color modes, faster refresh rates, and increased bandwidth with a support for all 3D video and audio formats. DisplayPort is widely used in the PC industry with […]

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