Arteris Articles

Semiconductor Engineering: Tracking Automotive's Rapidly Shifting Ecosystem

Kurt Shuler, vice president of marketing at Arteris IP is quoted in this Semiconductor Engineering article:

Tracking Automotive's Rapidly Shifting Ecosystem

April 2nd, 2020 - By Ann Steffora Mutschler

 Arteris IP, which has been active in the automotive market since 2010 and has established relationships with most of the automotive semiconductor players, this behavior is not a surprise.
 
“There’s paperwork that goes back and forth about who has been certified for what, or how to go about assessments or about ISO 26262,” said Kurt Shuler, vice president of marketing at Arteris IP. “For companies new to this, whether on the semiconductor side making an automotive chip or an IP that’s going into automotive, it can be weird to get questions from customers asking for the processes to be described, or how traceability of requirements is done through to the specifications, and the implementation queue. If you’re not in automotive or medical devices or something similar, like military/aerospace, you’re not used to being asked those questions or even revealing that information externally. If you’re new to an automotive chip, or new to automotive IP, you have to deal with that. It’s an education process.”
 
Topics: SoC ISO 26262 automotive ADAS autonomous vehicles NoC technology semiconductor engineering OEMs noc interconnect Tier 1s IP market

Semiconductor Engineering: AI, Performance, Power, Safety Shine Spotlight on Last-Level Cache

Kurt Shuler, vice president of marketing at Arteris IP writes about overcoming memory limitations in automotive systems in this Semiconductor Engineering article:

AI, Performance, Power, Safety Shine Spotlight on Last-Level Cache

April 2nd, 2020 - By Kurt Shuler

Memory limitations to performance, always important in modern systems, have become an especially significant concern in automotive safety-critical applications making use of AI methods. On one hand, detecting and reporting a potential collision or other safety problem has to be very fast. Any corrective action is constrained by physics and has to be taken well in advance to avoid the problem.
 
Topics: SoC automotive NoC technology semiconductor engineering CodaCache performance last level cache noc interconnect IP market

Arteris IP is Now Hiring a Corporate Application Engineer in Campbell, CA

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Corporate Application Engineer in Campbell, CA

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Topics: software jobs functional safety ISO 26262 arteris ip noc interconnect job SoC designs leader IP design

Semiconductor Engineering: A Promising Future For Interconnect IP

Rich Wawrzyniak of Semico Research describes the market drivers for advanced multicore SoC architectures and the critical role of NoC interconnect semiconductor intellectual property (IP) in this Semiconductor Engineering article:

A Promising Future For Interconnect IP

March 18th, 2020 - By Rich Wawrzyniak

Complexity of SoC designs continues to 

increase primarily due to increased demand for functionality and performance in all electronic devices. Studies that Semico Research has conducted on the SoC design landscape shows the number of discrete SIP blocks has continued to rise in response to increased market requirements from new applications and richer feature sets.

Topics: SoC NoC technology semiconductor engineering AI chips noc interconnect IP market