From solid-state storage drives to automotive control and artificial intelligence (AI) at the edge, an array of embedded applications is demanding increasingly higher performance. In answer to these demands, processors are getting more complex, with chip designers squeezing every last megahertz and every last drop of energy from them—all while under tight time-to-market pressures.
What’s the most effective and efficient way to optimize a high-performance processor implementation for a multi-core SoC?
In this blog post, we’ll introduce new implementation kits that can give you a head start in the development process for high-performance embedded processors. With an assist from an AI-based SoC design tool, the Synopsys Fusion QuickStart Implementation Kits (QIKs) generate better power, performance, and area (PPA) from your processor with a faster time-to-market for integration into your SoC.
You can also learn more about these new QIKs, which are now available, from our session at the upcoming ARC Processor Summit 2022 on September 8 at the Santa Clara Marriott hotel in Santa Clara, California. In “Optimize High-Performance Processor Implementation with AI-Enabled Fusion QuickStart Kit,” you’ll find out how the QIKs provide an ideal starting point for implementing Synopsys ARC® HS68 64-bit processors for high-performance embedded designs.