Arteris Articles

Semiconductor Engineering: Automotive Outlook: 2022

Kurt Shuler, VP of Marketing at Arteris IP is quoted in this Semiconductor Engineering article:

Automotive Outlook: 2022

January 7th, 2022 - By Ann Steffora Mutschler

Short-term IC supply-chain problems and long-term architectural and business changes top the list of what's ahead.

“Here, initially it was algorithms and AI or machine learning on visual inputs. Then, lidar and radar data was added to that in a sensor fusion function. That is then overlaid with mapping. This means even more hardware architectures are driven by the needs of the software," said Kurt Shuler, vice president of marketing at Arteris IP.

Topics: functional safety ISO 26262 network-on-chip automotive ADAS machine learning mobileye semiconductor engineering AI arteris ip LIDAR SoCs EDA 5G Tier 1s NoCs Tesla Arteris IP (AIP)

Semiconductor Engineering: Traceability, Unfamiliar But Critical

Paul Graykowski, Senior Technical Marketing Manager at Arteris IP authored this Semiconductor Engineering article:

Traceability, Unfamiliar But Critical

January 6th, 2022 - By Paul Graykowski

Automatically maintain traceability from requirements to implementation and verification.

Many understand that traceability is a popular concept. Still, understanding traceability in detail is more challenging, especially in how it connects to familiar objectives in the semiconductor design space.

To learn more about traceability and Arteris Harmony Trace, please download this technical paper:

Topics: network-on-chip automotive semiconductor engineering arteris ip verification SoCs EDA NoCs Arteris IP (AIP) requirements validation Arteris Harmony Trace Jama Connect Accellera Paul Graykowski

EDN: A Closer Look at COVID and the Semiconductor Shortage Saga in 2021

Charlie Janac, president and CEO at Arteris IP discusses causes the chip shortage with EDN's editor-in-chief, Majeed Ahmad in this new article:

A Closer Look at COVID and the Semiconductor Shortage Saga in 2021

January 4th, 2022 - By Majeed Ahmad

As Arteris IP president and CEO Charlie Janac recalls, there have been shortages before, but not due to such imbalance between new semiconductor-driven applications and business models with relatively inadequate investment in foundry supply. It is worth mentioning that the Fukushima earthquake and tsunami in 2011 was a little preview of weather-related supply disruption. However, the resulting semiconductor shortage at that time was not nearly the scale of what we have seen now.

Topics: SoC NoC network-on-chip automotive samsung AI arteris ip charlie janac EDN Semiconductors Arteris IP (AIP) COVID system-on-ships system houses TSMC