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Semiconductor Engineering: Building Your Own NoC and The Hazards of (Not) Changing

Kurt Shuler, vice president of marketing at Arteris IP authored this new  Semiconductor Engineering article about the perennial challenge that all R&D organizations face.

Building Your Own NoC and The Hazards of (Not) Changing

June 4th, 2020 - By Kurt Shuler


Sometimes, designing IP in-house runs the risk of higher cost of development and being late to market.
It is important to keep your eye on the prize, which is to get products to market profitably and quickly with the highest possible quality and value.
This is especially true for make-versus-buy decisions. You make decisions and you work with those decisions, then three years later markets have changed and new requirements have risen to the top of your list of priorities. You need to have everyone working on these new high priorities; whatever slipped down the list must be outsourced. It is crucial to develop a flexible infrastructure and methodologies to respond to ever changing market requirements.
Note: You can download the NoC Financial Calculator referenced in the article here:
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