Overview:

Reducing energy consumption and system costs are critical in today’s IoT applications. New investments in IP and tools play a significant role in extending battery life, reducing energy costs and enabling added functionality for wearable and machine-to-machine devices. Developing SoCs for IoT applications requires IP that not only supports low power process technologies but also implements advanced low power techniques for energy-efficient sensing, processing and communications.

This webinar will show you:

  • Discuss the latest trends in IoT designs
  • Describe the most popular architectures used in today’s IoT applications for high-end, low-end and smart analog systems
  • Discuss IoT specific design considerations to improve system power usage and overall energy efficiency for applications ranging from always on voice recognition to low power wireless sensor networks
  • Provide an overview of Synopsys’ portfolio of DesignWare® IP solutions specifically designed and optimized for IoT applications including interface IP, analog IP, processors and embedded memories and logic libraries

Who Should Attend:
Design engineers, managers and system architects who are developing systems for IoT applications that require improved power efficiency

Speaker

Ron Lowman
Strategic Marketing Manger for IoT,
Synopsys

Ron Lowman is the Strategic Marketing Manager for IoT at Synopsys. Prior to joining Synopsys, Lowman spent 16 years at Freescale, most recently as industrial business development manager for Freescale’s microcontroller division and product marketing manager for industrial MCUs and digital signal controllers. Lowman has also held several product management and marketing roles, strategic technology and business operations roles, and engineering roles including automotive product and test engineering, factory automation controls engineer, and foundry process engineer. Ron holds a Bachelors of Science in electrical engineering from The Colorado School of Mines and a Masters in business administration from the University of Texas in Austin.”