September 2019

eInsight September 2019

Securing Connected Logistics and Supply Chains

Securing Connected Logistics and Supply Chains

The transportation and logistics industry is one of the most vulnerable sectors to cyber attackers. As more connected solutions are introduced to improve efficiency, securing these complex cyber-physical systems will require multi-layer security from Sensor to Cloud. Read More

Exploring the Potential of Computer Vision Across Industries

Exploring the Potential of Computer Vision Across Industries

Computer vision technology is transforming the business world with its capability to understand the content of digital images and videos. It enables machines to precisely identify and classify images based on deep learning capabilities.
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Speeding Up Deep Learning Inference on Edge Devices

Speeding Up Deep Learning Inference on Edge Devices

When it comes to AI based applications, there is a need to counter latency constraints and strategize to speed up the inference. There are few techniques that can be leveraged namely Weight Pruning, Quantization, and Weight sharing among others that can help in speeding up an inference on edge. Read More

Powering HIPAA Compliant Connected Healthcare Solutions with Azure Cloud and AI Technologies

Powering HIPAA Compliant Connected Healthcare Solutions with Azure Cloud and AI Technologies

IoT has bridged the gap between healthcare facilities, doctors, and patients by enabling them to connect remotely. With AI increasingly getting adopted in connected healthcare solutions, it helps doctors and patients in making more accurate and informed decisions. Read More

Top 5 Solutions for Optimal DFT (Design for Testability) in Lower Technology Nodes

Top 5 Solutions for Optimal DFT (Design for Testability) in Lower Technology Nodes

DFT (Design for Testability) architecture enables engineers to make development and deployment of test infrastructure in a cost effective manner. Some solutions for effective DFT in lower technology nodes may include: 1. Reduced pin count testing 2. DFT Scan Insertion and compression 3. Low power design and management techniques in DFT 4. Handling of multiple fault categories 5. Test-point insertion for better test coverage. Read More

Why can’t the Semiconductor Industry afford to take its Eyes off SerDes?

Why can’t the Semiconductor Industry afford to take its Eyes off SerDes?

Today, faster connectivity solutions drive the market for connected devices. SerDes as a solution can address the speed of connectivity, across varied industries. It offers high-speed data transmission and allows designers to speed up data communication without increasing the number of pins in an IC. Read More

Need for SDET in Product Development

Need for SDET in Product Development

Testing is no longer an isolated process as each functional part needs to be tested while the product is being developed. New methodologies are being used, and SDET is one such methodology, where a professional works equally in development and testing, helping companies to achieve faster time to market. Read More

UVM RAL Model: Usage and Application

UVM RAL Model: Usage and Application

UVM RAL as the name suggests, is a high-level object-oriented abstraction layer to access design registers. RAL model mimics the design registers and this entire model is fully configurable. Due to its abstraction behavior, RAL model can be easily migrated from block level to system level. Read More

Best presentation award at CDNLive

Vismay Shah & Neha Shrotriy from eInfochips won the best presentation award at CDNLive.

We are delighted to share that Vismay Shah and Neha Shrotriy from eInfochips (An Arrow Company) won the best presentation award at CDNLive. The team has presented a paper on “An Insightful Journey of 7nm ASIC Tapeout Using Innovus-Tempus Solutions”.