Optimizing High-End Embedded Designs with High-Performance Processors
The design of high-end embedded applications is becoming increasingly difficult with the constant demand for higher performance. At the same time, the power budget in many of these applications is fixed or declining, increasing the design challenge. As a result, designers are forced to make tradeoffs and deliver products that fall short of their goals. To address these challenges, Synopsys has developed the DesignWare® ARC® HS Family of embedded processors, which deliver more than 4200 DMIPS (per core) at less than 80 mW, giving designers the performance they need without compromising their power budget.
This webinar will:
- Discuss the capabilities and high-end embedded features offered with the ARC HS family.
- Show how the processor cores can be quickly optimized for each instance on a SoC to maximize performance and minimize power consumption.
- Describe the system-level benefits and show how designers can easily customize the processors to increase their products differentiation and value.
Length: 50 minutes + 10 minutes of Q&A
Who should attend: Design engineers, software engineers, managers and system architects developing SoCs for applications such as solid-state drives, connected appliances, automotive controllers, media players, digital TV, set-top boxes and home networking products.
Mike Thompson, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, ARC Processors
Mike Thompson is responsible for the definition and marketing of the ARC microprocessor products at Synopsys. Mike has more than 30 years of experience in both the design and support of microprocessors, microcontrollers, IP cores, and the development of embedded applications and tools. He has worked previously for Actel, MIPS, ZiLOG, Philips/Signetics, and AMD. He has a BSEE from Northern Illinois University and an MBA from Santa Clara University.