Intelligent Vision Solutions for the Enterprise of the Future
Today, the scope of vision systems span from monitoring functions to providing actionable customer insights to autonomous controls, for varied applications in Retail, Industrial, Transportation and Logistics, Security & Surveillance, Smart Cities, and other sectors.
Watch the webinar to deep-dive into the trends, use cases, challenges, and implementation of intelligent vision solutions for enterprise of the future.
Looking for high-performance computing? Get a sneak peek into the latest Arrow’s 96 Boards
High performance computing is required to solve advanced problems quickly and easily. if your aim is to deliver high performance, look no further than the new Arrow 96 boards. This blog is focused on giving you an in-depth view on 96 boards. Read More
Enabling Digital Transformation with Cloud Native Architecture
One of the latest waves of digital disruption has been Cloud-native applications. Many organizations can benefit by adopting this technology trend in order to derive more business value. This blog focuses on shedding light into how digital transformation is enabled by adopting Cloud-native architecture. Read More
ASIC Design Flow in VLSI Engineering Services – A Quick Guide
The journey of designing an ASIC (application specific integrated circuit) is long and involves a number of major steps – moving from a concept to specification to tape-outs. Although the end product is typically quite small (measured in nanometers), this long journey is interesting and filled with many engineering challenges. Read More
How Does Transfer Learning Speeds Up Deep Learning Projects?
Transfer learning is the technique where you can take pre-trained models (from academia, open source community and research institutions) and use them as starting point for a related machine-learning task. For real-world business applications where time-to-delivery and limited training data are a concern, transfer learning is very powerful. Let’s see how transfer learning delivers better results even with limited data in short time. Read More
Testing Of Repairable Embedded Memories in SoC: Approach and Challenges
Embedded memories play a vital role in any SoCs and almost cover more than 70% of the area in any design. These come in different sizes and types and with the shrinking of technology nodes, it becomes very crucial to test memories. Lower geometry node results into much denser memories in terms of addresses, rows and columns and as a result are more prone to defects. Read More
Low power implementation techniques for ASIC physical design
In the semiconductor domain, the operating frequency of devices and the number of transistors in a single module increase over time. In this article, we will look at widely known low power implementation techniques which can be used in physical design implementation in an ASIC. There are three major power losses in a CMOS device: dynamic power, static power and short circuit power. Read More