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Road to Auto Market Paved With Fault-Tolerant SoCs
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12/19/2014   1 comment
Data protection and redundancy features implemented across entire SoC designs will help teams implement functional safety faster and at a higher quality level
Why Focus Solely on CPU & GPU When Reducing SoC Power?
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10/29/2014   2 comments
The SoC interconnect is one area in which efforts to reduce power consumption need be re-evaluated.
Comment: How to help... - KurtShuler - 9/2/2014
Comment: Re: Glassy Eyed - KurtShuler - 4/16/2014
Comment: re: - KurtShuler - 4/15/2014
Is Internet of Things Hype 'Stuck on Stupid'?
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4/14/2014   7 comments
Don't be fooled by Internet of Things hype, says Kurt Shuler of SoC IP company Arteris. He argues for more compute power on edges using SoC IP.
Why SoC Design Teams Still Struggle in a Connected World
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1/22/2014   5 comments
Global SoC design teams now have more ways to communicate with one another. Why, then, is it still so difficult to complete System-on-a-Chip designs?
Comment: Re: Not Buying It - KurtShuler - 10/15/2013
Wake Up, Semi Industry: System OEMs Might Not Need You
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10/9/2013   18 comments
System OEMs are hiring chip designers to design chips, leaving chip vendors with a smaller talent pool. It's time for the semiconductor industry to wake up and adapt, or die.


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