Arteris Articles

Semiconductor Engineering: Not Enough Respect for SoC Interconnect

K. Charles Janac, CEO at Arteris IP, shares his opinion in this week's blog appearing in Semiconductor Engineering:

Not Enough Respect for SoC Interconnect

 

July 30th, 2018 - By K. Charles Janac

Topics: SoC functional safety SoC security semiconductor advanced driver assistance systems adas flexnoc interconnect semiconductor engineering soc architecture AI arteris ip ips K. Charles Janac on-chip memory interconnects logic IP modules SoC assembly topologies 5G mobility QoS

Semiconductor Engineering: New Shifts In Automotive Design

Kurt Shuler, vice president of marketing at ArterisIP said, “Oh, you changed the software, you changed the system. Now you’ve got to have that car go and get certified to get running through that track all by itself” in this Semiconductor Engineering article:

New Shifts In Automotive Design

 

April 5th, 2018 - By Ann Steffora Mutschler

Topics: functional safety SoC security autonomous vehicles automotive functional safety ArterisIP neural networks ISO 26262 compliance NoC technology semiconductor engineering mesh

‘Hardening’ SoCs For Automotive Market Challenges

Migrating from mobility into new markets means dealing with new issues such as reliability, security and quality of service.

The semiconductor industry is enamored with the automotive, industrial and medical markets, and many companies are now shifting their focus there. But many mainstream vendors will face challenges entering this market. For those who have traditionally participated in the smart phone or mobility market, I will outline some changes they need to consider to successfully compete in these emerging spaces.

Topics: ARM automotive semiconductors SoC safety SoC security SoC QoS