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IP’s Growing Impact On Yield And Reliability

By Ann Steffora Mutschler, Semiconductor Engineering | Featuring Vladislav Palfy, Director of Applications Engineering, OneSpin

Managing IP quality and compatibility is becoming more difficult at advanced nodes and in safety-critical markets.

Chipmakers are finding it increasingly difficult to achieve first-pass silicon with design IP sourced internally and from different IP providers, and especially with configurable IP.

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Chip Security Needs A New Language

By Sven Beyer and Sergio Marchese, OneSpin Solutions

SystemVerilog assertions can nicely capture many hardware requirements. However, more is needed for security verification.

Safety- and security-critical systems, such as connected autonomous vehicles, require high-integrity integrated circuits (ICs). Functional correctness and safety are necessary to establish IC integrity, but not sufficient. Security is another critical pillar of IC integrity. Systems and products using ICs with security vulnerabilities ultimately undermine the safety and privacy of people. However, hardware security is still in its infancy.

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Automated Connectivity Test - QED [German]

By Tom Anderson, Technical Marketing Consultant, OneSpin Solutions

 

Automatisierte Konnektivitatsprufung. Die Verbindungen zwischen den Designblocken und I/O-Zellen komplexer Chips lassen sich nicht mittels Inspektion verifizieren. Simulation und Emulation konnen zwar Bugs aufspuren, bleiben aber unvolistandig. Formale Tools dagegen finden nicht nur alle Fehler – sie konnen das auch beweisen.

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Synthesizing Hardware From Software

By Brian Bailey, Semiconductor Engineering | Featuring Rob van Blommestein, Head of Marketing at OneSpin

Can a software engineer create hardware? It may be possible, but not in the way that existing high-level synthesis tools do it.

The ability to automatically generate optimized hardware from software was one of the primary tenets of system-level design automation that was never fully achieved. The question now is whether that will ever happen, and whether it is just a matter of having the right technology or motivation to make it possible.

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What Is A Custom Processor?

By Ann Steffora Mutschler, Semiconductor Engineering | Featuring Nicolae Tusinschi, product specialist design verification for OneSpin

The definition has changed, and so has the impact on the design process.

Spurred by the latest cyclical development boom, the semiconductor industry is entering a new golden era of custom processors, but this time ‘custom processor’ means something different.

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RISC-V EMEA Roadshow Spotlight: OneSpin Solutions

By RISC-V Foundation News

The RISC-V Foundation, in collaboration with the Linux Foundation, is hosting free, half-day “Getting Started with RISC-V” events in Tel Aviv, Munich, Berlin, Tallinn, Paris and London from Sept. 16-26. RISC-V Foundation members will give presentations and live demonstrations showcasing innovation RISC-V solutions and implementations. Register today to save your spot!

OneSpin Solutions is one of the featured RISC-V Foundation members in the EMEA roadshow, presenting the session, “Verifying the Full Scope of RISC-V Integrity.” OneSpin offers a range of EDA solutions for digital integrated circuits, which enables users to address design challenges in areas where reliability really counts: safety-critical verification, SystemC/C++ high-level synthesis (HLS) code analysis and FPGA equivalence checking. Read on to learn more about the company and what it will be showcasing at the events.

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Debug Tools Are Improving

By Brian Bailey, Semiconductor Engineering | Featuring Dominik Strasser, Vice President Engineering, OneSpin

Experts at the Table: How is machine learning going to impact debug, and what other improvements are on tap with debug?

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