Despite the lower DAC attendance, S2C saw a marked improvement in the quantity and quality of visitors to the S2C booth. S2C highlighted its latest hardware and software and provided interactive demonstrations of its Prodigy MDM Pro multi-FPGA debug tools and its Prodigy ProtoBridge high-throughput channel for the transfer of large amounts of transaction-level data between the FPGA prototype and a host computer – both demonstrations running on S2C's Quad Logic System prototyping hardware featur
S2C EDA recently released a whitepaper written by a good friend of mine Steve Walters. Steve and I have worked together many times throughout our careers and I consider him to be one of my trusted few, especially in regards to prototyping and emulation.
Artosyn Microelectronics, a leading provider of AI SoCs for drones and other sophisticated applications finds itself at the intersection of hardware architecture and software development.
While FPGA with its flexibility lends itself nicely for implementing prototypes of very complex, high-performance SoCs, they do come with some drawbacks. One of those drawbacks being that they trail in terms of supporting the most advanced connectivity interface speeds.
S2C helps businesses make the most of these strategies by providing high-quality FPGA prototyping solutions to companies across the globe, spanning diverse industries.
Now that the 58th Design Automation Conference held this year in San Francisco has concluded, we take a minute to look back at the results and ascertain what it meant for our company.
By partnering with S2C we address the ever-increasing complexity and performance requirements in large-scale SoC designs with a solution that provides accurate and timely verification methodologies.