Arteris Articles

SemiWiki: The Impact of Arteris IP and Its Partnerships on the Automotive Industry and Beyond

Podcast EP107: The Impact of Arteris IP and Its Partnerships on the Automotive Industry and Beyond

September 16, 2022 - Michal Siwinski with Daniel Nenni

Dan explores the impact Arteris is having on high-growth markets such as automotive with Michal. The company’s partnership with Arm is also explored. The impact of Arteris and its partnerships beyond the automotive market are also discussed.
Topics: SoC Arm NoC network-on-chip Systems-on-Chip automotive semiwiki Arteris (AIP)

SemiWiki: An Ah-Ha Moment for Testbench Assembly

Bernard Murphy (SemiWiki) gets an update from Arteris IP.

An Ah-Ha Moment for Testbench Assembly 

February 28, 2022 - Bernard Murphy

Sometimes we miss the forest for the trees, and I’m as guilty as anyone else. When we think testbenches, we rightly turn to UVM because that’s the agreed standard, and everyone has been investing their energy in learning UVM. UVM is fine, so why do we need to talk about anything different? That’s the forest and trees thing. We don’t need to change the way we define testbenches – the behavior and (largely) the top-level structure. But maybe there’s a better way to assemble that top level through a more structured assembly method than through hand-coding or ad-hoc scripting. Still built on UVM at leveraging the standardization benefits of IP-XACT for assembly around VIPs.
Topics: SoC NoC network-on-chip semiconductor arteris ip semiwiki ip-xact RTL UVM noc interconnect test bench assembly Arteris IP Harmony Trace Paul Graykowski Jama software SoC verification Magillem UTG UVM Testbench Generator Arteris (AIP)

EE Times article, The Internet of Cars Is Paved With Silicon

Charles Janac, President & Chief Executive Officer at Arteris IP, authored this new EE Times article.

November 07th, 2021

Charles Janac, chief operating officer at Arteris, explains that "the now-mandatory connectivity to the internet and cloud datacenters shifts automakers’ core competencies from mechanical design to software and silicon. The Internet of Cars will not run on gasoline or even electricity but on data. That data is gathered, processed, communicated and stored by system-on-chip (SoC) semiconductors."

Topics: System-on-Chip NoC network-on-chip IoT automotive ADAS eetimes SoCs silicon data Arteris (AIP)