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System Assembly through Intelligent Configuration

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015


The modern SoC is designed with many modular IP blocks that have been commercially licensed or reused from previous designs, along with some new proprietary components. Integrating all of the components has typically proven to be time-consuming and error-prone as designers stitch their SoCs together by hand or rigid and outdated scripts. Challenges also exist in the form of highly configurable IP blocks such as the interconnect fabric and debug & trace subsystem.

To address these issues ARM® launched three new tools today as part of an IP Tooling suite. They have been designed to solve challenges associated with SoC configurability and integration while reducing time to market with at least an 8x improvement in schedule.


From months to days: an IP integration innovation at 52DAC

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

Some innovations give such an exponential productivity shift that they are often only appreciated when viewed with the perspective of history. Isambard Kingdom Brunel built the first train line from London to Bristol and cut down the travel times from days to hours. In doing so he actually moved time itself; at the time Bristol was 30 minutes behind London. Clocks in the 19th century were based off sunrise and sunset in each location as it was never necessary to be so precise when travel between two places meant a much longer journey. However the real benefit he provided was literally giving time to people, by shortening the travel time it enabled people to dedicate time to solving other problems. The spread of train tracks across the UK and the rest of the world enabled the rapid development of the Industrial Revolution that provided the foundation for the modern world. There is a fantastic documentary on Isambard Brunel on YouTube for those who wish to find out more.


Clifton suspension bridge

The Clifton suspension bridge in Bristol. A revolutionary construct in 1864 that dramatically cut travel times between London and Bristol


S2C: FPGA Base prototyping- Download white paper

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