Foundation IP for Automotive ICs: What Do You Need?
Are you new to designing automotive ICs? One of the first decisions you will make—and one that can make or break your long-term design success—relates to embedded memories and logic libraries (foundation IP). In addition to the performance, power and area (PPA) IP requirements that you're already familiar with, your design has a host of additional requirements specific to the automotive market, such as ISO 26262, TS 16949, Functional Safety, Zero DPPM, etc. View this webinar to understand what you need to look for and the questions to ask when considering foundation IP for your automotive applications.
Attend this webinar to learn about:
- Which standards apply to IP for different automotive ICs (ADAS, infotainment, and more)
- How reliability grades affect your IP selection and implementation risk
- The impact of functional safety on your design decisions
- How ISO 26262, TS 16949, AEC-Q100, and Zero DPPM affect your design
- Questions to ask IP vendors about embedded memories, logic libraries, functional safety, and more
- How using ISO 26262 certified IP affects your design process and ultimate success
SoC designers and system/chip architects who are interested in using Foundation IP (Embedded Memory, Logic Libraries and Non-Volatile Memory (NVM)) for their automotive ICs
Prasad Saggurti, Senior Manager, Foundation IP Product Marketing, Synopsys
Prasad Saggurti is responsible for Foundation IP Product Marketing at Synopsys. Prior to Synopsys, Prasad held senior engineering and marketing roles at MoSys, ARM, National Semiconductor and Sun Microsystems. Prasad has an MSEE from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MBA from the University of California-Berkeley.