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Automotive SoC architectures are evolving to support the transition to centralized domain compute modules, complex FinFET processes, artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities, and new Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication.
Synopsys provides the broadest portfolio of automotive-grade Interface, Processor, Security and Foundation IP with highest levels of safety, security, quality and reliability, accelerating SoC-level design and qualification.
Synopsys’ Automotive IP is implemented using a functional safety (FuSa) compliant development flow for ISO 26262 random hardware faults and systematic for ASIL B and D safety levels, helping designers accelerate their ISO 26262 SoC-level functional safety assessments and reach target ASILs.
Synopsys offers a portfolio of silicon-proven IP including up to 10G Ethernet IP supporting time-sensitive networking (TSN) for real-time high-performance data connectivity, ARC processors with ASIL D safety capabilities for real-time data management, and security IP with root of trust for encryption/decryption.
Synopsys offers USB, LPDDR4, HDMI, MIPI, PCI Express®, Ethernet Time Sensitive Networking (TSN), mobile storage, security, data converters, logic libraries, embedded memories, Sensor and Control IP Subsystem, and ARC® Processors to speed connected vehicle and infotainment SoC development in the latest 28-nm and 16/14-nm FinFET process technologies.
Synopsys’ ASIL B and D Compliant IP portfolio is developed and assessed specifically for random hardware faults and ASIL D systematic, accelerating SoC-level functional safety certification.
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