Tag Archives: Memory Controller

Carbon SoCDesigner Plus Features More Swap & Play Models

Carbon Design Systems recently released the latest version of SoCDesigner Plus. The new version expands the models eligible to be used with Swap & Play. SoCDesigner Plus automatically supports all fabric and DDRx memory controller components. As a result, many more design teams can boot an operating system in seconds and then debug with 100% accuracy using Swap & Play. Carbon’s newly enhanced Swap & Play support and updated CPAKs are available now for all SoCDesigner Plus users.

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Carbon Design Systems and Cadence Design Systems Team on Performance Analysis Kit

Carbon Design Systems and Cadence Design Systems announced the availability of a Carbon Performance Analysis Kit. The CPAK accelerates the intellectual property (IP) benchmark process. The Carbon/Cadence CPAK is available now from Carbon’s IP Exchange web portal. Ported CoreMark benchmarking software is available from coremark.org.

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Cadence Memory Controller and PHY IP Supports ONFI 3

Cadence Design Systems expanded its Flash IP offering to include support for the Open NAND Flash Interface (ONFI) 3.0 specification. According to Cadence, it is the first company to provide a combined ONFI 3 controller and PHY IP solution. The enhanced Flash IP streamlines SoC and system design while ensuring an optimized ONFI 3 implementation for maximum performance. The Cadence ONFI 3 memory controller and PHY IP are available now. The EDA company is also offering supporting verification IP (VIP) and memory models to ensure successful implementation.

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Cadence Wide I/O Memory Controller IP Core

Cadence Design Systems introduced a licensable, wide I/O memory controller core for mobile applications like smartphones and tablets. The new Cadence IP core delivers up to four times the performance of conventional memory interfaces. The wide I/O memory controller and supporting VIP are available now. According to Cadence, the IP is already in use by a high-profile customer on two separate projects.

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