| Paper Submitted by Dr. Carlos Macian, Senior Director AI Strategy & Products, eSilicon Corporation | “Chiplet” has become a buzzword and like most of its kind, the success of the buzzword predates the widespread availability of the product by a large margin. However, this is such a conceptually sound Read More
| Paper Submitted by Tom Anderson, Technical Marketing Consultant, OneSpin Solutions | Just a few years ago, the idea of an open-specification processor architecture with open-source implementations available would have been dismissed by many. Modern processor designs are highly complex, with such advanced features as multi-stage pipelines, multi-level caches, out-of-order Read More
This article is based on a presentation by Paul Martin, Head of the Sondrel Architecture Team, who was invited to speak at an ARM seminar in Stockholm. Sondrel holds an accreditation as an Arm Approved Design Partner. Introduction An observable trend over the last 3 years is that the ‘Internet of Read More
Submitted by Spin Memory, Inc. USING MRAM IN PLACE OF SRAM LOWER COST, LOWER ENERGY, NON-VOLATILE, AND RAD HARD Systems-on-chip (SoCs) rely heavily on SRAM technology for high-speed access to frequently used data. SRAM is ubiquitous: probably every SoC, ASSP and processor uses SRAM, and, for a number of devices Read More
By Imagination Technologies Limited What is GPU virtualization? Conceptually, virtualization is the capability of a device to host one or more virtual machines (VMs) that each behaves like actual independent machines with their own operating system (OS), all running on the same underlying device hardware. In regard to GPUs, this Read More
By the Hyperstone Team 1. Abstract This paper explains the different dimensions that are used to classify performance in flash storage. It will highlight the difference between crucial performance numbers and explain why these numbers should only be considered as a rough point of reference. The reasons for this are Read More
By Jerome Rampon, CEO, Algodone Abstract Internet of Things (IoT) promises great business opportunities for the semiconductor companies, system integrators, and service providers. However, IoT security is a major concern to this promised growth because there are many weak security links in the IoT ecosystem. This article proposes a way Read More
Paper submitted by Bosch The Internet of Things (IoT) is all about making life simpler and more exciting for consumers by interconnecting the world around them. But how can this promise of the IoT be fulfilled? In the world of IoT, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) sensors form the backbone of the Read More
Paper submitted by Atomera, Inc. The Internet of Things (IoT) is an extraordinarily competitive, crowded market. Any participant needs every possible advantage in order to stand out and succeed. Serious players are betting serious money on their ideas by developing ASICs and systems-on-a-chip (SoCs) for their new IoT devices. But these Read More
By Manuel Sellier, Product Marketing Manager, Soitec Introduction Fully depleted silicon-on-insulator (FD-SOI) is the only technology bringing together three substantial characteristics of CMOS transistors: a 2D planar transistor structure, fully depleted operation and the capability to dynamically modify the threshold voltage of transistors after manufacturing. It relies on a very unique Read More
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