Milpitas, California (PRWEB) November 08, 2013
Open-Silicon, Inc., a leading semiconductor design and manufacturing company, announced today that it would present two technical papers at IP-SOC 2013 in Grenoble, France.
Mrugesh Walimbe, MTS Function Manager, and Mahesh Penugonda, Senior Engineer VLSI for Open-Silicon, will present “Auto Clock Generation for an SoC”. This paper addresses the growing complexity of SoCs in terms of functionality and the challenges that SoC designers face with requirements to generate different clock frequencies and associated clock requirements. The paper details the novel idea of automatic clock generation and what it means for SoC design engineers.
Ganesh Venkatakrishnan, Lead Engineer for Open-Silicon, will present “Reusable Test-Case Methodology for SoC Verification”. This paper addresses a novel test-case methodology for SoC verification to achieve high levels of reusability. It details the challenges of a traditional SoC test-case methodology and proposes a solution. It also provides a sample implementation that can be modified or enhanced based on SoC needs.
What: Paper Presentation – “Auto Clock Generation for an SoC”
Who: Mrugesh Walimbe, MTS Function Manager, and Mahesh Penugonda, Senior Engineer VLSI, Open-Silicon
When: Session 5: From IP to System On Chip Architecture – Wednesday, Nov. 6, 4:45 – 6:00 p.m.
Where: Kilimandjaro Room
About Open-Silicon, Inc.
Open-Silicon, a leading supplier and developer of customer-specific products (CSPs), provides ASICs, platforms, concept-to-parts development, customized IP, low-effort derivative design, and state-of-the-art manufacturing solutions. With Open-Silicon, customer’s benefit from global engineering including an ARM® Technology Center of Excellence, advanced SerDes integration, 2.5D interposer-based package engineering, experienced architects, leading-edge physical design methodology, and embedded software development, all leveraging the industry’s best technology from both Open-Silicon and the open market. For more information, visit Open-Silicon’s website at http://www.open-silicon.com or call 408-240-5700.