EZchip selected the ARC 770D Processor becauseof its superior performance efficiency (MHz/mW and MHz/mm2) and memory management unit (MMU) for Linux support, as well as its extensibility, which ...
Fairchild selected Synopsys’ DesignWare USB 2.0 nanoPHY IP because it was low in power and area. In addition, Fairchild was also impressed with the technical features of the PHY IP including the ...
Synopsys' Processor Designer provided the development tools and automated design methodology to achieve the quality of results expected by the Fujitsu Laboratories design team.
Fuji Xerox selected Synopsys’ ASIP Designer, the industry’s leading ASIP design tool environment.
Selected DesignWare USB IP due to its extensive silicon success, quality, and ease of integration effort.
Leveraging DesignWare MIPI and DDR IP, GUC accelerated their design schedule by weeks and met Light’s stringent power, performance and area requirements.
After evaluating several offerings based on aggressive selection criteria, including quality, ability to meet power and area requirements, and a robust feature set, GUC selected Synopsys’ ...
GUC selected Synopsys DesignWare SATA IP solution because the PHY is 50% lower in power and 30% smaller in area compared to competitive offerings.
Selected DesignWare USB IP due to its quality, completeness of solution, and previous experience with Synopsys IP.
The Synopsys DesignWare USB 2.0 PHY IP provided Hisilicon with a core that met their small area, low power and high yield requirements.