I wanna talk to hardware…I need Embedded Software Engineer

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 “contactvsd@vlsisystemdesign.com”…. If you have experience Developing/Reviewing/Verification and testing maintainable, high […]

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How about pre-route and power-grid generation in opensource EDA?

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 […]

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Now that’s the beauty of open-source….

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 […]

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Re-define pad placement using open-source EDA

Hey There – Think about it!!! Last week, we shared our idea and vision of “How to define the width and height of core and die using opensource EDA tools?” – This is not for toy designs, but for a complex hierarchical designs, with instance count up to 500k instance […]

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Let’s re-think open-source EDA – core and die

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 […]

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Keynote 1(Continued): Inception of Intel 8086

It wasn’t that bigger deal for Intel because they thought, at the time, it will be 250,000 chips will be sold for 5 years, which isn’t that many. But they were wrong. It was a 100Million computers were sold. And suddenly 8086 from being an emergency back-up was an over-night success and had a very bright future, because it was binary compatible of PC software, and so had great opportunity

Isn’t that an inspiring story?

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