Category Archives: ASIC Design

The case for integrating FPGA fabrics with CPU architectures

September 07, 2017, anysilicon

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As this happens, designers are debating how they can approach designs in such a way that they’re not relying on packing yet-more transistors onto a chip to achieve speed increases. One of the biggest innovations in this industry is going to come from a fundamental reapplication of a technology that

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Why The Time is Right for Open Source Hardware and ‘Chips as a Service’

August 28, 2017, anysilicon

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The open source software movement has been credited as a key driver of the birth of the Internet Age. Without developments such as Linux; the free Apache Web-server platform; and tools such as Java, Perl and Ruby, the Web as we know it would likely not have been possible.
 
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Sondrel Announces £10M Investment in European Semiconductor Sector

August 23, 2017, anysilicon

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Sondrel today announced its target to hire 100 electronic engineers in Europe, amounting to an investment of ten million pounds into the semiconductor sector over the next 3 years.
 
This comes swiftly on the heels of the acquisition of the IMGWorks team from Imagination Technologies; a move that increased the engineering headcount

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Sankalp Semiconductor awarded with ISO 9001: 2015 certification

August 16, 2017, anysilicon

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Sankalp Semiconductor a design service company offering comprehensive digital & mixed signal SoC solutions, today announced its upgradation to ISO 9001:2015 certification. By meeting the extensive criteria for the ISO 9001: 2015 standards, the company reinforces its ability to deliver IC design services with continuous improvements in its offerings and

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Introduction to Low Dropout Linear Voltage Regulators (LDO)

August 03, 2017, anysilicon

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A linear voltage regulator is a circuit that takes in a variable input voltage and provides a continuously controlled, steady, low-noise DC output voltage. Generally, linear voltage regulators require a large voltage drop between the input and the output to function correctly. This requires a relatively high-voltage input power supply

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Sankalp Semiconductor to hire 300 engineers

July 26, 2017, anysilicon

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Sankalp Semiconductor a design service company offering comprehensive digital & mixed signal SoC solutions, today announced its plan to hire 300 engineers in the next 12 months. Sankalp plans to hire engineers for its India design centers in Bangalore, Hubli and Kolkata. The hiring plans will enable Sankalp to

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