Arteris Articles

Semiconductor Engineering: Will PAYGO Shake Up How We Pay For Chips?

Guillaume Boillet, Director of Product Management at Arteris IP is quoted in this new article in Semiconductor Engineering:

Will PAYGO Shake Up How We Pay For Chips?

August 5th, 2021 - By Bryon Moyer

Superchip approach could reduce costs, but everyone is not convinced.


“This could turn out to be a brilliant business model if the optional features are enticing enough for a large part of the customer base to adopt them,” said Guillaume Boillet, director of product management at Arteris IP. “At the same time, it seems like a risky bet, considering the complexity of this multi-variate problem

Topics: semiconductor engineering arteris ip SoCs chipsets 5G NoCs on-chip monitoring

Semiconductor Engineering: Security Concerns Rise For Connected Autos

K. Charles Janac, CEO at Arteris IP is quoted in this new Semiconductor Engineering article:

Security Concerns Rise For Connected Autos

April 29th, 2021 - By John Koon

Value of automotive data increases, widening the attack surface.

“We’re seeing a shift in the entire automotive industry, essentially from mechanics to electronics being the core competence of the automotive industry,” said K. Charles Janac, chairman and CEO of Arteris IP. “This includes either influence on architectures or IP design, or maybe even doing entire SoCs, by the car companies and by the Tier 1s, because you need to control your architecture in order to enforce upgradability.”

Topics: SoC NoC network-on-chip ADAS autonomous vehicles semiconductor engineering arteris ip K. Charles Janac interconnects 5G automotive security ISO 21434

Semiconductor Engineering: Bridging The Gap Between Smart Cities And Autonomous Vehicles

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

Bridging The Gap Between Smart Cities And Autonomous Vehicles

February 4th, 2021 - By Ann Steffora Mutschler

Communication, security, and power issues still need to be solved, but there is progress.


“It’s important to remember that a lot of power consumption is from the electric motor, so being able to optimize traffic and traffic flows will make a difference,” said Kurt Shuler, vice president of marketing at Arteris IP. “In terms of vehicle infrastructure, having the big Waze brain be able to actually direct your car and optimize all of that would reduce power. It’s like fleet management for FedEx, but for everybody.”

Topics: SoC NoC software network-on-chip automotive autonomous vehicles semiconductor engineering arteris ip kurt shuler v2x 5G smart cities

Semiconductor Engineering: Car Industry Changing Under The Hood

Kurt Shuler, Vice President of Marketing Arteris IP quoted in today's Semiconductor Engineering blog:

Car Industry Changing Under The Hood 

January 7th, 2021 - By Ann Steffora Mutschler

Auto electronics are becoming more centralized, connected, and complex, and the entire supply chain is realigning around those shifts.

It wasn’t that long ago that security was viewed as something nice to have, noted Kurt Shuler, vice president of marketing at Arteris IP. “I’ve got some friends who are in the security IP business and I joke with them that they’re actually in the insurance business since there’s no requirement for any of this. A smartphone may be insecure, but five years after you sold the IP or the software, you’re not likely to be sued for having an insecure phone, so who cares? Cars are different. Cars have a safety of life issue, and now there are standards because of that, and it’s something being designed in upfront. Not just market forces, but also standards make things safer for everybody.”

Topics: SoC Interconnect NoC functional safety network-on-chip automotive ADAS semiconductor engineering ASIL D kurt shuler OEMs 5G security car makers