What You Should Consider When Choosing a Processor IP Core (E-Book)

Codasip e-book to help you choose a processor IP core

What You Should Consider When Choosing a Processor IP Core (E-Book)

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Codasip e-book to help you choose a processor IP core

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    This 24-page e-book looks at what you need to consider when choosing a processor IP core

    Most integrated circuits include at least one processor core and some embedded software. In the case of more complex systems-on-chip (SoC), there may be application processors running the main software, and operating system plus multiple specialised subsystems handling functions such as communications, security, and sensors. Requirements for processing vary considerably and there is a wide choice of processor IP cores available to choose from. Processor IP vendors often vie with each other by showing PPA numbers (performance, power, and area) but such indicators need context and can potentially be misleading. 

    This e-book focuses on:

    • Instruction Set Architecture (ISA)
    • Processor performance
    • Processor complexity
    • Operating system support
    • Subsystem silicon area
    • Licensing models
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    Roddy Urquhart

    Senior Marketing Director

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