Hey There, It’s time – We are looking to talk to our hardware, and we need you in Bangalore (2-3 or 4-6 yrs work ex) Read below very carefully, and if you think you fit, please send us email at “firstname.lastname@example.org”…. If you have experience Developing/Reviewing/Verification and testing maintainable, high […]Continue reading
Hey There – Think about it…!! Problem Statement – For hierarchical designs ~500k instance count, participants are expected to develop code which will modify existing clock tree routes with non-default rules for selected nets Inputs given for code development and testing: A text file in DEF format with clear definitions […]Continue reading
Hey There – Think about it!! Today’s version of open-source EDA tools, work very well for hierarchical designs sub-25k instance count. For hierarchical designs ~500k instance count, develop code which will enable users to connect pre-placed power pins to power rings around them and generate power grid within core Inputs […]Continue reading
Hey There, Our team worked really hard to get Robot + MP3 player using India’s First Indegenious 32-bit RISC-V Microprocessor “Shakti E-Class”…This one is Shakti on FPGA….Many more customer products are getting ready using Shakti processor and indigenous board, for IESA event at Leela Palace, Bangalore on 19th and 20th […]Continue reading
Hey There – Think about it!!! Today’s version of open-source EDA tools, work very well for hierarchical designs sub-25k instance count. For hierarchical designs ~500k instance count, what if, we develop code which will enable users to design/decide chip area based on width and height of chip OR utilization factor […]Continue reading
Online university Course name – Foundation of Computer Systems Design
This course is being taught by Prof. V. Kamakoti, who needs no introduction, who lead India’s first RISC-V microprocessor SHAKTI teamand made all of us proud.
With learning being online, SHAKTI core and ‘vsdflow’ being opensource, this is first-time in the history of VLSI design & EDA (thanks to RISC-V ecosystem and Shakti Team at IITM lead by Prof. Kamakoti), a chip will ever be taped-out using all open source flow, which will cater to almost 80% Indian Semiconductor Market.Continue reading