For both consumer and enterprise
applications, designers are required to balance features and performance
with power consumption and cost. Power-efficient consumer mobile
devices are getting faster in speed, but also run mostly in standby
mode. On the other hand, next-generation data center equipment is facing
growing demands for higher throughput and around the clock
availability. The use models for consumer mobile devices and enterprise
systems present different requirements of PHY IP for SoC integration,
which in turn influence the design, implementation of features, and
overall system cost.

This webinar describes the architectural
differences between enterprise and consumer multiprotocol PHY, outlines
the information you need to determine the optimal PHY solution for your
SoC and offers an IP solution that meets your specific application
design requirements.

What Registrant Will Learn:

  • Architectural differences between enterprise and consumer multiprotocol PHY
  • How to determine the optimal PHY features and performances for your SoC
  • An optimal PHY IP solution that meets your specific design requirements

Who Should Attend:
SoC designers, design managers, system/chip architects integrating multiprotocol PHY IP into SoCs


Rita Horner
Sr. Technical and Product Marketing Manager, Synopsys

Rita Horner has more than 20 years of experience in the area of mixed signal circuit design, interconnect, test and packaging of high speed integrated circuits for consumer, computing, and high end networking ASSP and ASIC products. As a technical and product marketing manager, she has experience in ASSP, ASIC and Fiber Optic products, focusing on High Speed Serial Interconnect. She participated and presented in multiple standards bodies including ANSI T11, IEEE 802.3, OIF, and SFF Multi Souring Agreements.