Making Mobile SoC Device Design Easier with System IP
There is growing demand for the complex SoCs driving the cloud computing revolution. More complex SoCs typically integrate many IP blocks from multiple vendors. At the same time, the IP blocks themselves are becoming increasingly complex—making efficient architecture planning, design implementation, integration and verification more and more difficult.
As a result, SoC architects are having a hard time executing flawless designs while meeting the schedule demands created by time-to-market pressures. Designers are inundated with critical concerns such as how do we deal with IP from multiple vendors? How do we test and verify that all of these blocks work together? How can we verify system performance? How can we optimize power? What is the impact on software?
This webinar will focus on how Sonics can help designers deal with these issues through the use of advanced System IP. System IP includes on-chip networks, memory subsystems, system performance analysis capability, and power management. Sonics will discuss how use System IP to increase performance, significantly improve power management, decrease costs and accelerate time-to-market for complex SoCs.
What the registrant will learn
- How to integrate and optimize multiple IP block for complex SoC designs to meet the customer's requirements for system performance, power and cost.
- How to efficiently support system testing and verification
- How to seamlessly integrate IP cores from multiple vendors
- How System IP can help accelerate your next design cycle
Jack Browne, Senior Vice President of Marketing, Sonics
Jack Browne is Sonics' Senior Vice President of Marketing. Prior to joining Sonics, Mr. Browne served in several executive roles at MIPS Technologies, including executive vice president of worldwide sales and executive vice president of marketing. Earlier in his career, he was the head of Motorola's 68000 processor marketing team. An acknowledged industry spokesman, Mr. Browne has written numerous articles for industry publications and presented at multiple panels and conferences around the world covering a wide range of industry topics. He holds a B.S.E.E. degree from the University of Texas.