Overview:
To meet the relentless demand for improved feature sets and functionality in today's advanced cellular baseband and multimedia chips, modern SoCs require more powerful processing capabilities than ever before. In the same breadth, these SoCs are expected to operate within the same power budget allocated to preceding, less complex chipsets, particularly for mobile applications.

This CEVA webinar will deliver a fresh perspective on the main challenges involved in designing an advanced SoC while maintaining low-power consumption. It will provide insights into how SoC architects and designers can build state-of-the art SoCs for low power requirements using different techniques and processor architectures.

Topics to be covered:

  • Future challenges in low power SoC design
  • Key concepts in building an advanced processor architecture for low power requirements
  • Current trends and techniques used in low power processor architectures
  • Implementation and verification flow of processors designed to meet low power requirements

Who should attend:
The session should be attended by SoC architects, designers and system engineers who plan to implement SoCs with strict power constrains such as chips for battery-powered devices.


Presenters:


Ran Snir, VLSI Department Manager, CEVA
Ran Snir serves as a VLSI Department Manager in CEVA since 2007. In his role, he is responsible for all VLSI aspects related to CEVA's DSP products. Prior to this, Mr. Snir was the design team and verification team manager at CEVA. Mr. Snir has worked for CEVA & DSP Group since 1999, and held several development and managerial R&D positions. Mr. Snir holds BSc degrees in electronic engineering from Tel-Aviv University.




Eyal Bergman, Director of Product Marketing, CEVA
Eyal Bergman serves as a Director of Product Marketing for CEVA. In his role, he is responsible for all Marketing aspects related to CEVA's DSP products. Prior to this, Mr. Bergman was the Application Solutions Department Manager at CEVA. Mr. Bergman has worked for CEVA & DSP Group since 2000, and held several development and managerial R&D positions. Mr. Bergman holds MSc & BSc degrees in computer sciences from Bar-Ilan University.