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Low-Power Design: Is the Problem Solved?
“Once upon a time, you would complain if your cell phone didn’t work on one [battery] charge,” said Qi Wang—Cadence Technical Marketing Group Director for Low-Power Solutions—during his EDPS presentation in Monterey last week. “After Apple introduced the iPhone, your … Continue reading
Posted in EDA360, IP, Low Power, Silicon Realization, SoC, SoC Realization, System Realization Tagged CPF, Low Power, PSOC, RTL, SoC Leave a comment
Power-intent methodologies: Can’t we all just get along?
All ASIC and SoC designs are low-power designs at or below the 45nm node. For that reason alone, the industry has seen the rise of power-intent descriptions to help SoC and Silicon Realization teams develop new chip designs. For the … Continue reading
Posted in EDA360, Low Power, Silicon Realization, SoC, SoC Realization Tagged ASIC, CPF, IEEE 1801, Silicon Realization, SoC, System-on-a-chip, UPF Leave a comment