Category Archives: IP

How low can you go? ARM does the limbo with Cortex-M0+ processor core. Tiny. Ultra-low-power.

Jack be limbo, Jack be quick Jack go unda limbo stick All around the limbo clock Hey, let’s do the limbo rock Limbo lower now Limbo lower now (From “Limbo Rock” by Chubby Checker) How low can you go? ARM … Continue reading

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Xilinx Zynq EPPs create a new category that fits in among SoCs, FPGAs, and microcontrollers

After telegraphing its punch at ESC last spring, Xilinx has now introduced the first four members of its EPP product line and named them Zynq to differentiate them from the company’s FPGAs. (See “Xilinx redefines the high-end microcontroller with its … Continue reading

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The hidden low-power virtues of IP Subsystems

I’ve been writing about Semico’s new IP report for the last couple of weeks over on my EDA360 blog called the EDA360 Insider. (See: “Are IP subsystems the next big IP category?”, “Semico report lists the six biggest issues challenging … Continue reading

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