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Frameworks fuelling the future

Frameworks fuelling the future
    Efforts to ease software development now extend to user interfaces, as Philip Ling discovers for ES Design magazine.
21st July 2014

Prototyping tool speeds time-to-market

A prototyping tool which speeds time-to-market, has been introduced by Cadence. Protium is an expansion of the Cadence Palladium XP II suite. Built using Xilinx Virtex-7 2000T FPGAs, the prototyping tool provides automated memory compilation, external bulk memory support, and RTL name preservation throughout the flow, which minimises FPGA bring-up steps, thereby speeding up time-to-market.
18th July 2014

Image processing software supports Windows and Linux

Image processing software supports Windows and Linux
Eye Vision Technology has revealed that the latest release of its image processing software, EyeVision 3.0, now features support for the Currera R smart camera from XIMEA. Running on both Linux (Ubuntu) and Windows, the integrated, ready-to-use software enables users to create inspection programmes via drag-and-drop programming with just a few mouse clicks.
18th July 2014


Industry-specific profiles enhance RTOS

Wind River has announced industry-specific profiles for the latest version of its VxWorks real-time operating system (RTOS). The networking, industrial, medical and consumer profiles enhance VxWorks 7 with highly relevant capabilities that help customers meet the necessary requirements to address market opportunities created by the Internet of Things (IoT).
17th July 2014

Emulex has adopted Synopsys' VIP for the Ethernet protocol

Synopsys has announced that Emulex has adopted it's Verification IP (VIP) for the Ethernet 1G/10G/40G/100G protocol. This is based on Synopsys' SystemVerilog and UVM architecture, offering ease of use, ease of integration, performance, configurability, coverage, and debug within UVM environments. The VIP also supports Synopsys' Protocol Analyzer, a protocol-centric debug environment.
17th July 2014

Cut design flow parasitic extraction time in half

Following rigorous competitive evaluation, Ricoh implemented the Cadence Quantus QRC Extraction solution. Utilising it for all large-scale, complex digital designs and mixed signal power management ICs for their mobile products, this parasitic extraction solution enabled Ricoh to cut its design flow parasitic extraction time in half for SoC designs.
16th July 2014

RC extraction tool accelerates design signoff

Delivering up to five times faster runtime for single and multi-corner extraction versus competing solutions, Cadence Design Systems has announced its next-generation tool for RC extraction. Quantus QRC Extraction solution accelerates design signoff and sets a new standard for performance with its massively parallel architecture.
16th July 2014

Extraction solution certified for TSMC 16nm FinFET

Cadence Design Systems' Cadence Quantus QRC Extraction solution has been certified for TSMC 16nm FinFET. The solution successfully passed TSMC’s rigorous parasitic extraction certification requirements to achieve best-in-class accuracy against the foundry golden data for FinFET technology.
16th July 2014

element14 launches Raspberry Pi Compute Development Kit

element14 launches Raspberry Pi Compute Development Kit
element14 is launching the latest in its extensive development kit range the Raspberry Pi Compute Development Kit to allow design engineers to harness the power of the Raspberry Pi for embedded applications. The Raspberry Pi Compute Module allows design engineers to use their own interface board that will host the compute module and deliver a smooth experience as they move from prototyping on the Pi through to shipping commercial product in volume.
16th July 2014

Capacitive touch sensing IP enables HMI applications

Suitable for home appliances and healthcare equipment, such as blood pressure and blood glucose meters, Renesas has announced the development of intellectual property (IP) that implements industry-leading capacitive touch sensing technology. The company will also be providing development tools to ease application development.
16th July 2014


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