Arteris Articles

Semiconductor Engineering: Optimizing NoC-Based Designs

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

Optimizing NoC-Based Designs

May 5th, 2022 - By Paul Graykowski

Further optimization of RTL repartitioning with switching from crossbar interconnects to NoCs.

Semiconductor development is currently in a phase of rapid evolution driven by the combination of new technologies and methodologies. The technique of combining multiple functions into systems-on-chips (SoCs) is continuing to grow in complexity. Rapid advancement in new technologies for market segments like data centers, robotics, ADAS and artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) are resulting in a new breed of SoCs. These fields demand designs that are maximized for both power and performance efficiency. Designers are finding that networks-on-chip (NoCs) provide the enabling technology to meet this demand and are accelerating the move away from crossbar interconnect technology.

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Topics: network-on-chip timing closure ADAS semiconductor engineering latency bandwidth SoCs congestion logic RTL data centers AI/ML NoCs floorplan Arteris IP (AIP) Paul Graykowski partitioning physical design crossbar interconnect robotics

Arteris IP at DVCon 2019 Silicon Valley

Arteris IP at DVCon U.S. 2019 

Location: DoubleTree Hotel, 2050 Gateway Place, San Jose, CA
Poster Sessions: Tuesday, 26 February, 10:30am - 12:00pm, Gateway Foyer, 2nd level

Arteris IP is presenting the poster, "4.8 Flex-Checker: A One Stop Shop for all your Checkers: A Methodology for Elastic Score-boarding"

Topics: NoC hardware verification semiconductor latency bandwidth SoCs performance noc interconnect

IEEE Electronics 360: How to Efficiently Achieve ASIL-D Compliance Using NoC Technology

Learn from the experts at Arteris IP in this new White Paper:

How to Efficiently Achieve ASIL-D Compliance Using NoC Technology

 

 

 

Topics: SoC economics Synopsys functional safety semiconductor automotive ADAS ISO 26262 compliance artificial intelligence arteris ip latency ASIL D interconnects soc designers aerospace aeronautics LED kurt shuler Z01X Austemper

Semiconductor Engineering: More Nodes, New Problems

Benny Winefeld, solutions architect at Arteris IP, adds additional commentary to this Semiconductor Engineering article:

More Nodes, New Problems

 

April 26th, 2018 - By Ann Steffora Mutschler

Topics: SoC design neural networks NoC technology semiconductor engineering arteris ip latency bandwidth Soft IP