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A Configurable Network-on-Chip with Novel Automated Tooling Scaling to 100s of Interfaces


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Distinguished Engineer
Senior Principal Engineer
Available from October 6

We discuss key architectural features: native support for multiple AMBA protocols (AXI/ACELite Issues F, G, H, AHB, APB), support for multiple Clock, Power and Voltage domains, ad-hoc topologies, QoS regulation, large configs, additional links, VCs for avoiding HoL and deadlocks etc.

In this session, we will present and demonstrate the tooling suite. Physically aware Socrates IDE with manual generation/refinement. NoC-SE for behavioral synthesis, PerfModels for early evaluation, and ML based Area Models.
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