|Imagination and Synopsys: Reduce Dynamic Power and Area up to 50% on a GHz+ MIPS Core Implementation|
In this webinar, Imagination Technologies will share how their selection of standard cell architecture and use of several dynamic power techniques available in Design Compiler and IC Compiler helped them achieve optimal power and area savings for their MIPS family of CPU cores.
Maya Mohan, Hardware Design Engineer, Imagination Technologies and Jeffrey Lee, CAE Manager, Power Compiler, Synopsys
Jul 10, 2014
|Achieving Ultra-Low DPPM: Avago Case Study|
Hear experts from Avago and Synopsys describe key advanced fault models available in Synopsys' synthesis-based test solution, DFTMAX and TetraMAX ATPG, to achieve ultra-low DPPM.
Stefano Zanatta, DFT Engineer, Avago Technologies; Adam Cron, Principal Engineer, Synopsys; Chris Allsup, Marketing Manager, Synopsys
Jun 26, 2014
|33% Higher Design Density: Fujitsu’s Customized Flow with Design Compiler|
Learn about Fujitsu’s new Customized SoC (ASIC) handoff flow with early logical and physical collaboration to improve design density, lower power and minimize iterations.
Tatsuya Nakae, Director of SoC Design Methodology Development, Fujitsu; Hitesh Patel, Product Marketing Manager, Synopsys
May 01, 2014
|Dialog Semiconductor and Synopsys Present: New DFTMAX Ultra for Squeezing Out More Test Compression with Fewer Pins|
The demand for pin-limited compression is being driven by tighter form factors, the design of multicore SoCs that require few pins per core for test access, and the adoption of multisite testing as a technique to reduce test application time and cost. In this webinar, we will highlight how Synopsys’ new DFTMAX Ultra is designed from the ground up to achieve high compression using fewer digital scan pins and a minimum of one pair of scan pins. Our guest speaker will then discuss how DFTMAX Ultra is being successfully deployed to lower the cost of testing mixed-signal designs at Dialog Semiconductor.
Richard Illman, Technical Staff Member, Dialog Semiconductor; Carl Holzwarth Corporate Applications Engineering Director, Synopsys; Chris Allsup, Marketing Manager, Synopsys
Apr 17, 2014
|ST and Synopsys Present: Synphony C Compiler for Faster Implementation of Image Processor IP|
Video and image processing hardware has become pervasive in smartphones, cameras, camcorders, autos, security equipment and a host of other devices. As the algorithms often begin in C and C++, high-level synthesis (HLS) from these languages to high-quality RTL can boost design productivity by 5-10X. Our guest speaker will discuss how Synopsys’ Synphony C Compiler HLS solution is being successfully deployed to meet the challenges of designing imaging processors at STMicroelectronics. Learn how you can use Synphony C Compiler and its C++ image processing library to accelerate the delivery of your high-performance image processing IP in a fraction of the time it takes using traditional methods.
Franck Hellard, Principal Engineer, STMicroelectronics; Craig Gleason, CAE Manager, Synopsys; and Chris Allsup, Marketing Manager, Synopsys
Apr 10, 2014
|Qualcomm’s Experience: Getting Superior Results with Design Compiler 2013.12|
Learn how Qualcomm, describes how Qualcomm was able to achieve superior timing, area, and power results while maintaining tight correlation to layout using Design Compiler's latest release 2013.12.
Karl Pfalzer, Implementation Architect, Qualcomm; Priti Vijayvargiya, Director of RTL Synthesis Product Marketing, Synopsys
Feb 26, 2014
|LSI’s ASIC Handoff Experience: Superior QoR and Fast Design Convergence with Design Compiler Graphic|
Learn from LSI's perspective how to streamline your ASIC design flow to achieve superior quality of results and faster convergence for a high quality netlist handoff -- enabling speedier and more predictable physical implementation. Hear experts from LSI present on minimizing iterations, accelerating timing, lowering power and reducing die size by improving area for ASIC handoff using Design Compiler technologies.
Hitesh Patel, Product Marketing Manager, Synopsys; Harish Aepala, Principal Methodology Engineer, LSI
Aug 15, 2013
|TSMC & Synopsys Present: DFTMAX Compression, IEEE 1500-based Hierarchical Test & iJTAG|
As the complexity of systems-on-chip increases, so does the need to leverage standards-based methodologies to implement test in a hierarchical manner, across multiple cores.
Dr. Saman Adham, Senior Manager, TSMC; Robert Ruiz, Product Marketing Manager, Synopsys; Adam Cron, Principal Engineer, Synopsys
May 23, 2013
|Fujitsu’s Experience: Addressing Large Design Challenges with the latest Design Compiler Technologies|
Increased design size and complexity can lead to exponential growth in turn-around-time (TAT). This webinar describes the methodology Fujitsu developed using DC Explorer and Design Compiler Graphical to achieve faster design convergence and reduced TAT on large, 40 million+ instance designs. You will hear how DC Explorer speeds up the development of high-quality RTL and constraints and generates an early netlist for guiding and optimizing floorplanning. This early floorplan exploration helps identify layout issues and provides more accurate area estimation up-front in the design flow to help create optimal design partitions, with a better starting point for implementation. Learn how Fujitsu then uses Design Compiler Graphical to achieve higher performance and tighter correlation with place and route for faster design convergence.
Koji Inoue, Corporate Application Engineer, Synopsys
Dec 06, 2012
|AMD Perspective: Achieving Superior QoR Faster with the Latest Design Compiler Technologies|
Jack Randall, principal member of the technical staff at AMD, describes his design methodology for implementing a low power, multi-million instance processor core with the latest Design Compiler technologies.
Jack Randall, Principal Member of Technical Staff, AMD; Sandra Ma, Group Director of Corporate Applications, Synopsys
Jun 19, 2012
|Achieving Verification Success with Formality while Enabling the Best QoR with Design Compiler|
Learn how Formality utilizes powerful links with Design Compiler that enable you to achieve maximum Quality of Results (QoR) while maintaining verifiability.
Joe Bosia, Corporate Applications Engineer, Synopsys
May 03, 2012
|Expediting Design Schedules with DC Explorer - Qualcomm’s Experience|
Learn how DC Explorer enables early RTL exploration leading to a better starting point for RTL synthesis and accelerates design implementation.
Matt Baker, Staff Engineer, Qualcomm; Sandra Ma, Sr. Director, Corporate Application Engineer, Synopsys; Liz Chambers, Product Marketing Manager, Synopsys
Nov 01, 2011
|Meet Your Schedule with New ECO Verification and Other Enhancements in Formality|
Hear about the new ECO Verification capabilities in Formality and other key new features, including its low power library checker, ease of use improvements and runtime enhancements.
Mark Patton, Product Marketing Director, Synopsys; David Low, Corporate Applications Engineer, Synopsys
Oct 27, 2011
|Lighter, Easier and More Flexible Approaches for Multi-Voltage Low Power Design Specification|
In this webinar you will learn how various ways of describing power intent with IEEE 1801 (UPF) can help you achieve more efficient low power designs. You will also have the opportunity to engage in an interactive Q&A session following the technical presentation.
Somil Ingle, Corporate Applications Engineer, Synopsys; Mary Ann White, Product Marketing Director, Synopsys
Oct 12, 2011
|Harness the Power of SystemVerilog with Design Compiler to Increase Productivity|
Learn how the use of SystemVerilog constructs can result in concise, portable RTL that is easier to maintain and consistent with verification requirements.
Liz Chambers, Product Marketing Manager for Design Compiler, Synopsys; James Argraves, Corporate Applications Engineering Manager for HDL Compiler, Synopsys
Apr 27, 2011
|Successful Equivalence Checking of Highly Optimized DC Ultra Designs |
Join us for an in-depth technical webinar focused on how to achieve successful verification on high-performance designs compiled with DC Ultra.
Mitchell Mliner, Synopsys
Apr 21, 2009
|Accelerate your design closure with DC Ultra |
Join this webinar to hear directly from senior product team members on how you can achieve superior results faster utilizing sophisticated optimizations of DC Ultra.
Sandra Ma, Synopsys; Janet Olson, Synopsys
Apr 21, 2009