|Sep 09, 2015||Synopsys' Design Compiler Graphical Adopted by Renesas for Automotive ICs|
Achieves Higher Frequency and Smaller Area
|Jun 24, 2015||Leading Suppliers of Automotive ICs Deploy Synopsys Test Solution|
Synthesis-Based Test Delivers Higher Quality and Addresses ISO 26262 Functional Safety Requirements
|Jun 08, 2015||Synopsys Accelerates Automotive SoC Development with Broad Portfolio of Silicon-Proven IP|
Availability of ASIL B Ready IP and Investment in AEC-Q100 Testing and TS 16949 Quality Management Accelerates Qualification of Automotive SoCs
|Mar 31, 2015||Synopsys Introduces Innovative Visualization Capabilities in LucidShape for Automotive Lighting Design|
LucidShape 2.0 Now Generally Available
|Mar 02, 2015||Synopsys and Sensory, Inc. Deliver Ultra-Low Power Voice Control Solution for Mobile, Automotive and Consumer Applications|
Sensory TrulyHandsfree Voice Control Software Optimized for Synopsys' DesignWare ARC EM5D Processor Consumes as Little as 0.9 Microwatts in Detection Mode and 40 Microwatts in Recognition Mode
|Oct 15, 2014||Synopsys Introduces DesignWare ARC EM SEP Processor for Safety-Compliant Automotive Systems|
Integrated Safety Features and ASIL D Ready Compiler Ease Development of ISO 26262-Compliant SoC Designs
|Aug 07, 2014||Synopsys Cuts Area of DesignWare NVM IP for Automotive Grade 0 Applications by 75 Percent|
New Trim NVM IP Leverages Faster Programming Times to Reduce NVM Test Time by 3X Without Compromising AEC-Q100 Quality
|Feb 28, 2014||Brandenburg Acquisition Reflects Synopsys Strategy in Optical Solutions|
Portfolio expansion includes LucidShape CAD software for the design of automotive forward, rear and signal lighting and reflectors, as well as for general lighting, and LucidDrive for night driving simulation that generates almost photorealistic lighting scenes in real time.
|Mar 19, 2013||Micronas Standardizes on Synopsys’ Design and Verification Solutions for Automotive Designs|
Solutions Include Galaxy Custom and Digital Implementation, Discovery Verification Platform
|Oct 16, 2012||Synopsys Joins PACE Global Partnership|
Saber Physical Modeling and Simulation Platform to be used in 57 Worldwide Automotive Design Educational Programs
|Aug 01, 2012||Synopsys Collaborates with Renesas to Advance Software Development Solutions for Automotive Applications|
Joint Engineering Team Will Develop Virtual Prototypes to Speed Software Debug and System Testing for Renesas' RH850 Microcontroller-Based Designs
|Jun 26, 2012||Synopsys' Virtualizer Speeds Software Development and Enhances Design Enablement for Systems Based on the Infineon AURIX Microcontroller Family|
AURIX Virtual Prototype Enabled Automotive Software Developers to Start 12 Months Before Silicon Availability
|Jun 01, 2012||Linking Saber and CST STUDIO SUITE for an Integrated Electromagnetic System Solution|
Synopsys and CST launch Technology Partnership to address Demand of Automotive Industry. "In order to perform a reliable prediction of EM emissions for automotive networks, we require the reuse of accurate models from CST Studio Suite in Saber in the context of ECU system simulation."
Stefan Heimburger, R&D Engineer Robert Bosch
|Feb 09, 2012||CSR Selects Synopsys for Advanced-Node SoC Design|
Adoption of Synopsys Galaxy Platform Driven by Superior Results for ARM CPU-based SoCs
|Jan 11, 2011||Mazda Adopts Synopsys’ Virtual Prototyping Solution for Electronic Control Unit Verification|
Synopsys announced that Mazda Motor Corporation, a leading producer of automobiles, has adopted Synopsys CoMET-METeor virtual prototyping solution to verify their Electronic Control Units (ECUs). Over the last year, Mazda has been using the METeor embedded software development environment to conduct its ECU system verification in a virtual environment. By decreasing the number of tests on real automobiles and hardware-in-the-loop (HILS) test equipment, the virtual prototyping solution will enable Mazda to save significant time and cost.
|Oct 03, 2005||Volvo Car Adopts Synopsys’ Saber Harness for Automotive Platform Design|
Synopsys, Inc. (Nasdaq:SNPS), a world leader in electronic design software, today announced that Volvo Car Corporation has successfully designed and developed the wiring harness systems for the XC90 platform, as well as other widely used Volvo platforms, using Synopsys' Saber® Harness integrated with CATIA® from Dassault Systèmes.