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Open Source Hardware Risks

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By Ann Steffora-Mutschler, Semiconductor Engineering

Open-source hardware is gaining attention on a variety of fronts, from chiplets and the underlying infrastructure to the ecosystems required to support open-source and hybrid open-source and proprietary designs.

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Improving Algorithms With High-Level Synthesis

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By Ann Steffora-Mutschler, Semiconductor Engineering

Most computer algorithms today are developed in high-level languages on general-purpose computers. But someday they may be deployed in embedded systems where the development, verification, and validation of algorithms is done in languages like python, Java, C++, or even numerical frameworks like MatLab.

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What Worked, What Didn’t In 2019

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By Brian Bailey, Semiconductor Engineering

2019 has been a tough year for semiconductor companies from a revenue standpoint, especially for memory companies. On the other hand, the EDA industry has seen another robust growth year.

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Will Open-Source Processors Cause A Verification Shift?

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By Ann Steffora-Mutschler, Semiconductor Engineering

While the promised flexibility of open source could have advantages and possibilities for processors and SoCs, where does the industry stand on verification approaches and methodologies from here? Single-source ISAs of the past relied on general industry verification technologies and methodologies, but open-source ISA-based processor users and adopters will need to review the verification flows of the processor and SoC.

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Week In Review: IoT, Security, Auto

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By Susan Rambo, Semiconductor Engineering

OneSpin’s Nicolae Tusinschi is speaking about verifying RISC-V SoCs at the RISC-V Summit in San Jose, CA next week, and Sven Beyer, Product Manager Design Verification, is presenting “Pre-Silicon Detection of Hardware Trojans and Security Vulnerabilities in RISC-V Cores” in the Poster Gallery on Exhibit Floor.

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