Arteris Articles

EDN: System Architect: Blueprint of a New Job in Semiconductor Industry

Isabelle Geday, VP and GM of IP Deployment at Arteris IP is quoted with EDN's editor-in-chief, Majeed Ahmad in this new article:

System Architect: Blueprint of a New Job in Semiconductor Industry

January 26th, 2022 - By Majeed Ahmad


According to Isabelle Geday, VP and GM of IP deployment at Arteris IP, the job requires a system-oriented mindset, which calls for a holistic approach to ensure the success of the designed systems. “A systems architect needs to have a strong understanding of design and verification and master key aspects for the targeted application and domain.” It also encompasses safety, security and performance, which must be considered at the system level—in the definition of its architecture—to be addressed efficiently.

Topics: SoC NoC network-on-chip automotive iso26262 arteris ip communications Isabelle Geday EDN Semiconductors defense Arteris IP (AIP) system-on-ships

EDN: Why The Network-on-Chip Has Displaced Crossbar Switches at Scale

Benoit de Lescure, CTO at Arteris IP authors this 2nd article in a new series for EDN:

Why The Network-on-Chip Has Displaced Crossbar Switches at Scale

May 13th, 2021 - By Benoit de Lescure

The NoC interconnect is the SoC architecture.

In my first article of this series about interconnect design, I explained why on-chip communication has become central to a system-on-chip (SoC) architecture. These architectural decisions determine bandwidth, throughput, quality-of-service (QoS), power usage, safety, and cost. Here, the difference between a world-class achievement and a shortcoming starts with the communication architecture choice.

Topics: ARM NIC-400 SoC NoC network-on-chip automotive mobileye AI arteris ip Benoit de Lescure digital eyeq interconnects communications EDN plug-and-play

Semiconductor Engineering: From Cloud To Cloudlets

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

From Cloud To Cloudlets

August 17th, 2020 - By Ed Sperling

Why the intersection of 5G and the edge is driving a new compute model.

 
In the U.S., they’re using the higher S band, which is used for things like radar,” said Kurt Shuler, vice president of marketing at Arteris IP. “In other parts of the world, they’re using much lower frequency bands, which is more useful. It could replace or augment what they already have on a cell phone. So in the United States, the use cases are largely around things like factories and automotive. Overseas, that’s much different.
 
One such use case involves industrial robots, Shuler said, where microcell chipsets are used to control and monitor the activities of those robots. Most of those are fixed robots, but response time is critical.
 
Topics: SoC automotive NoC technology semiconductor engineering soc architecture bandwidth kurt shuler noc interconnect chipsets 5G IP market communications industrial robots