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Simplifying Sensor SoC Integration with a Pre-Verified Sensor IP Subsystem

Original Air Date: Sep 4, 2013 | Duration: 60 minutes Webinar
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Overview:
Sensors are becoming a part of everyone's daily life. Many applications, such as those found in mobile devices, rely on sensors' abilities to read and interpret environmental conditions such as pressure, temperature, motion, and proximity. Digital signal processing (DSP) functions, hardware accelerators, and sensor interfaces are now common in SoC designs supporting these applications.

This webinar will:

  • Discuss the evolution of sensor-based systems and how the complexity of these systems is driving the need for an integrated, pre-verified sensor IP subsystem
  • Show how integrating a DesignWare ARC® EM4 32-bit processor with sensor interfaces and DSP hardware accelerators provide significant improvements in power, performance and area
  • Describe how the hardware and software DesignWare® Sensor IP solution eases integration effort, while offering a 40-60% area savings with lower latency compared to typical bus-based systems
Length: 50 minutes + 10 minutes of Q&A

Who should attend: Design engineers, managers and system architects developing SoCs for applications such as smart sensors, sensor fusion or sensor hubs.

Presenter:
Rich Collins, Product Marketing Manager, IP Subsystems, Synopsys, Inc.
Rich Collins is the product marketing manager for IP subsystems at Synopsys. In this role, he is responsible for developing strategies and positioning for market penetration and growth of ARC processors and ARC-based subsystems within the DesignWare IP portfolio.
Rich is an industry veteran with over 20 years of experience in embedded semiconductor R&D, product marketing and business development. Before joining Synopsys, he spent 17 years at Motorola/Freescale, where he held several technical and managerial roles within CPU, IP and SoC design and marketing teams across the company. Rich holds an MBA from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business as well as a BSE in Electrical Engineering from Duke University, where he also majored in Computer Science and Spanish.

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