Sure you can meet the performance required, but what about the power. Fast designs don’t need to bust your power budget. Let ARM show you how. This seminar could well hold the key to the solution. The best news is it can be done without impacting your design schedule and utilizing proven EDA flows and tools.

SoC design continues to increase in complexity as smaller geometries are required to meet the performance envelope of advanced mobile and embedded products. Often these designs result in having to compromise on power. This seminar will address how multichannel and optimized IP from ARM enables you to lower power for both high performance and low power design.

ARM provides the broadest and most complete suite of physical IP including memories, standard cells, multichannel and PHY's. A lot of our IP has been tuned to a specific foundry process and all of it is optimized for the ARM architecture. Who better to develop libraries that rival the competition in low power management then the company known for low power processors? Attend this webinar and learn firsthand how Physical IP from ARM can finally solve your low power management dilemma.

Topics will include:

  • How different physical IP architectures impact power and performance trade offs
  • How multi channel design could hold the key to optimal power management
  • A review of the ARM Physical IP product portfolio
  • 40 G & LP and 32nm HP & LP case studies
  • DesignStart – the largest online IP access in the industry.

Take-away points:

  • ARM has great multichannel libraries & DDR
  • ARM has better memories then they use to have
  • ARM is the right choice for optimal power management
  • Benchmarking is complex and important and should be done with care – requires more than synthesis benchmarks

Leah Schuth, Manager of Technical Marketing, Physical IP Division, ARM
In her role, Leah is the Technical Marketing Manager for Logic Products, a position she has held for the past four years.

One focal point of Leah's work is enabling successful customer evaluations and adoption of PIPD products, through internal and external interactions with engineering and marketing teams. Two products that fall into the Logic product category are the Power Management Kit (PMK) and the Multi-channel libraries. Both products enable implementation of power management techniques in chip designs, and the PMK specifically has allowed Leah to work closely with the leading EDA providers to ensure that ARM Physical IP and the low power features within the EDA tools work together.

Leah holds a B.S. in EECS from the University of California, Berkeley.