Learn how to make your SoC sip power

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Linely Gwennapp's 7-page case study, "Low-Power Design Using NoC Technology," explains how Texas Instruments used Arteris FlexNoC to scale down the size and power of its smallest and lowest-power SimpliLink CC26xx processors.

You will learn how:

  • Texas Instruments used Arteris FlexNoC to partition the TI CC26xx into multiple voltage and clock domains to ensure minimal power consumption
  • TI used NoC power disconnects and security firewalls to enable multiple product versions using the same die
  • The TI design team minimized cost and shortened their schedules by using Arteris FlexNoC

This concise paper explains in detail how NoC technology benefits very small, ultra-low power SoCs.


FlexNoC’s power management features and low latency helped us create the lowest-power IoT communication devices in the world. Just as important were the business benefits: Using FlexNoC allowed us to create a small set of digital logic SoC dies that serve as the brains of more than one hundred different products, each customized for its particular market.

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Oyvind Birkenes, General Manager, Wireless Connectivity Solutions, Texas Instruments

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