Electronics seem to be aging at a strangely alarming rate, says an executive from a design software and services company.
Chip firms are increasing efforts to target small customers and startups, which cumulatively buy nearly $80 billion in semiconductors each year.
To implement the advanced protocols required to meet high performance operation, the ADAS SoCs use design and process technologies that are more stringent than most high-end consumer applications.
Given the critical importance of software as a differentiator in SoC-based products, doesn't the software team deserve the best tools available?
We humans are products of the real world, too. Are we analog or digital?