ARM and Cadence provide an IoT IP Reference Subsystem and an FPGA development environment for rapid IoT system prototyping. The FPGA can be loaded with additional IP to enable different features on the board and [More]
This demo introduces the new Cadence® Sigrity™ 3D Workbench, included with the Sigrity PowerSI 3D EM Extraction Option (3DEM) which allows users to import mechanical structures, such as cables and connectors, and merge them with [More]
The electronic devices that are such a part of our modern lifestyle are made possible by the tiny, yet staggeringly complex, chips that power them. Yet behind the scenes, engineering teams find themselves under extreme [More]
Anirudh Devgan, Senior VP and GM, Digital & Signoff Group and System & Verification Group at Cadence, introduces two new products to fill out the Cadence® verification hardware portfolio: Xcelium™ Parallel Simulator and Protium™ S1 [More]
Delta of Denmark (http://madebydelta.com) provides ASIC turnkey development services and system design with expertise within payment, UHF, NFC, Electronic toll collection (ETC), toll road (GSS), acoustics, optics, certification, reliability testing, EMC testing, electronic testing. Here [More]
IoT and wearable designs often require big DSP processing power on a tiny energy budget. But, conventional processors are not well suited to these kinds of applications. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton [More]
Cadence and Silicon Labs take a quick look at the challenges when designing embedded building blocks like the energy efficient EFM32 Gecko microcontrollers for use in low power Internet of Things applications. Daniel Cooley from [More]
Today’s IoT designs demand some complex mixed-mode, mixed-signal simulation to be sure that they’ll work correctly across wide ranges of component variation, temperature, and other real-world conditions. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton [More]
Cadence talks to Silicon Labs about their latest Wireless Gecko portfolio and how Cadence mixed-signal low power solution helped them solve complex design challenges. For more information on the Cadence solutions, please visit: http://www.cadence.com/solutions/lp/Pages/mixed_signal.aspx http://www.silabs.com/products/wireless/pages/default.aspx
ARM and Cadence provide an IoT IP Reference Subsystem that shortens IoT testchip development time to as little as 3 months for 3 engineers. See some of the capabilities of an example IoT board that [More]
Cadence and Silicon Labs take a quick look at some of the challenges when designing embedded building blocks like the energy efficient EFM32 Gecko microcontrollers. EFM32 Gecko microcontrollers have been adopted by the industry as [More]
ARM and Cadence share the strategy, architecture, benefits of using the IP Reference Subsystem and demo board to help accelerate IoT SoC development. They describe what IP components are integrated on the testchip, what the [More]