Intel nabavlja sustave za brzi dizajn za dizajn čipova i povezivanje tkanina ip - Intel

Intel nabavlja NetSpeed ​​sustave za dizajn čipova i interkonektivne tkanine IP



Intel today announced the acquisition of NetSpeed Systems, a San Jose, California-based provider of system-on-chip (SoC) design tools and interconnect fabric intellectual property (IP). Deal terms were not disclosed. NetSpeed's highly configurable and synthesizable offerings will help Intel more quickly and cost-effectively design, develop and test new SoCs with an ever-increasing set of IP. The NetSpeed team is joining Intel's Silicon Engineering Group (SEG) led by Jim Keller. NetSpeed co-founder and CEO, Sundari Mitra, will continue to lead her team as an Intel vice president reporting to Keller. Više konteksta o NetSpeed ​​sustavima
Osnovan 2011. godine, NetSpeed ​​pruža dizajnerima tvrtke SoC skalabilan, koherentan IP sa mrežnim čipom (NoC). NoCpeedov NoC alat automatizira SoC dizajn sučelja i generira programibilne, sintetizirane visoko performanse i učinkovite tkanine za međusobno povezivanje.

'Intel je bio sjajan kupac NetSpeed-a i oduševljen sam što se još jednom pridružim kompaniji', rekla je Sundari Mitra, koja je u Intelu radila kao dizajner čipova ranije u karijeri. 'Intel je svjetske klase u dizajniranju i optimizaciji performansi prilagođenog silicija u mjeri. Kao dio Intelove Silicon Engineering Grupe, sa zadovoljstvom pomažemo u izmišljanju novih proizvoda koji će biti temelj budućnosti budućnosti računarstva. '

Intel očekuje da će poštovati postojeće korisničke ugovore NetSpeed-a, ali NetSpeed ​​će postati interno sredstvo koje ide prema naprijed.

Why It's Important: As SoCs grow more complex and as new fabrication processes explode the number of design rules, architects are increasingly utilizing front-end tools like NetSpeed's to automate the design and validation process - saving time and money. NetSpeed's technology helps architects estimate and optimize SoC performance in advance of manufacturing through a system-level approach, user-driven automation and state-of-the-art algorithms.