Juggling power, performance and area requirements for an advanced SoC is a daunting task. A critical component in the design equation is the on-chip interconnect. With that in mind, we went to the Design Automation Conference in San Francisco this past June to explain our ePPA strategy to attendees.
We participated in the ARM Connected Community Pavilion at the show, and demonstrated how to take various configurations of ARM’s NIC-301 AMBA® on-chip interconnect through the paces of ePPA – resulting in the identification of the optimal on-chip interconnect configuration in a very short time period.
Our demo was very well received and we thank ARM for the opportunity to showcase this work in their pavilion at DAC. You can see a short summary of demonstration below, and view our complete slide presentation. ARM Kiosk Presentation.pdf (519.92K)
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We were quite happy with the interest that attendees showed in our ePPA solution. In the months ahead, Atrenta will be working with early adopter customers to help them find the best AMBA configuration for their SoCs.
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The ARM Connected Community (CC) is an extensive ecosystem covering all aspects of ARM processor-based design, from chip implementation through to system and device design. The CC provides a platform for collaborative innovation, with multiple types of forums for members to work with one another, and with customers, to solve industry challenges, all with the purpose of enabling designers to focus on differentiating features and an accelerated time-to-market for ARM powered solutions.
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