- Hardware Emulation Takes on IoT Design Verification
- Implementing FOWLP in the Foundry
- Smartphone Innovation Ignites IoT Creativity
- Robotics of things – the next big thing in embedded
- Mentor Graphics Announces DesignCon Highlights
Hardware Emulation Takes on IoT Design Verification
This article explains how hardware emulation delivers software and hardware verification for IoT devices across all IoT markets. Emulation not only provides high-speed verification solutions for multiple protocols, complex designs, but also accelerates low-power applications and hardware-software debug.
Implementing FOWLP in the Foundry
The popularity of fan-out wafer-level packaging (FOWLP) design is driving foundries to develop in-house flows for this approach. As more foundries look to implement proprietary FOWLP flows, how will this affect the market? How are OSATs responding? John Ferguson explores this fast-changing market.
Smartphone Innovation Ignites IoT Creativity
To leverage sensor-based technology at the edge of the IoT, both designers and ecosystems are changing. See how the IoT edge is taking full advantage of cheap smartphone sensors to create innovative products.
Robotics of things – the next big thing in embedded
Robotics and machine learning are becoming the next big thing for embedded system hardware and software suppliers. Glenn Perry, VP and general manager of Mentor Graphics Embedded Systems Divisions, dives into the evolution of today’s systems into highly intelligent and autonomous systems.
Mentor Graphics Announces DesignCon Highlights
Signal Integrity Journal
DesignCon is quickly approaching (January 31-February 2) and Mentor Graphics will be presenting several technical papers and receiving a Best Paper of the Year Award. In addition, there will be an in-depth signal integrity training bootcamp in the Mentor Graphics booth (#1043).