The global semiconductor supply chain is vulnerable to disruption – whether geopolitical, extreme weather, or pandemic related – with access to parts an all too frequent challenge. In response to this unpredictability, many larger systems houses are looking to reduce their dependency on complex hardware and software supply chains by bringing semiconductor design and embedded component development in-house.
While taking development in-house may sound great in theory, there is also considerable complexity and risk. So how do you evaluate the risk, cost, and effort such a shift would require?
In this white paper, you’ll learn how to:
- Understand the implications and ROI for bringing design in-house.
- Identify appropriate candidates for in-house development.
- Streamline development and minimize risk with an IP-centric design methodology.
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