Conquer Challenges with IP-Centric Design
Harnessing the complexity in SoCs, and the embedded systems that make up a final product, represents a hurdle for organizations.
Semiconductor Hardware Challenges
Hardware design teams are usually siloed. Internal and 3rd party hardware IP is often used for a specific project, with limited visibility into what is available across the organization.
Semiconductor Software Challenges
The embedded software stack is often tracked using a confluence page or spreadsheet, separating developers from the final design. The disconnect between teams causes issues, delays, and compatibility problems.
Conquer with IP-Centric Design
To overcome the numerous challenges with embedded development, hardware and software teams need to be able to collaborate seamlessly throughout the development and test phases. This would allow teams to share IP across projects and bring software teams into the design process.
Download this white paper to learn:
- Challenges facing embedded development teams.
- How IP-centric design approaches streamline collaboration.
- How to create a centralized platform to accelerate time-to-market.