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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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Backbone of Automotive Safety Systems

Safety features have always been important in the automotive industry; it has certainly become the most critical requirement for autonomous vehicles. Have you ever wondered what technology makes it possible for multiple sensors located at front, rear sections and inside the doors to work in a coordinated manner for early crash detection and operate the […]

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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

 

Flavors of SPI: Emerging Protocol in Automotive

SPI interface is emerging as a popular choice in automotive applications ranging from sensors, display console, navigation systems, booting through SPI Flash and many more. SPI low pin count and configurable clock rate facilitate the requirements of the emerging automotive applications. Synchronous Serial Peripheral bus (SPI) allows synchronous serial communication between a controller and peripheral […]

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