- From CPU to the Cloud
- Emulation Strategies for SSD Verification
- Applying the New IPC Standard for Traceability Makes Compliance and Reporting Easier
- Are You (Really) Ready for Your Next Node?
- Simplifying the Road to ISO 26262 Compliance
From CPU to the Cloud
Mentor Graphics is developing a direct connection from its embedded systems to the Microsoft Azure IoT Hub. This will enable customers who license Azure from Microsoft to reduce business risks related to knowledge, integration, and use, while reducing time to market.
Emulation Strategies for SSD Verification
Tech Design Forum
Emulation is now the first choice for complex solid-state drive (SSD) controller verification. This article elaborates on the five must-haves for SSD emulation – multiple host-protocol interface solutions, memory solutions, hardware/software integration, low-power demands, and performance metrics.
For PCB assembly and manufacturing, the new IPC-1782 standard defines four levels for material and process traceability. This means companies will now be able to clearly define the expectations of what is required for compliance and conformance to customer needs.
Are You (Really) Ready for Your Next Node?
Skipping technology nodes in IC design is gaining popularity, but it can bring some unexpected challenges. Are you prepared? Michael White examines why companies aren’t getting it quite right and how planning early and realistically can help you successfully hit your next market window.
Simplifying the Road to ISO 26262 Compliance
For ISO 26262 compliance, pre-qualified tools and embedded software are invaluable assets. Mentor Safe addresses the complex process of functional safety compliance and simplifies the job of the system designer to conform to ISO 26262.