Adoption Kit for Fast Implementation and Signoff of New ARM Cortex-R52 CPU

SAN JOSE, CA -- Cadence Design Systems, Inc. announces the availability of a Cadence Rapid Adoption Kit (RAK) for the new ARM Cortex-R52 CPU, which targets complex embedded designs for safety applications in markets including automotive, medical and industrial. The Cadence RAK, which consists of a complete digital implementation and signoff flow, is optimized to work with ARM Artisan physical IP and helps designers reach the highest frequency or lowest power during implementation or create a balance between power, performance and area (PPA)—all with reduced turnaround times. For more information on Cadence solutions for ARM-based applications, please visit www.cadence.com/go/armcpurak.

The delivery of the new Cadence RAK enables customers using the new ARM Cortex-R52 CPU to:

•Optimize PPA implementation with a full-flow reference methodology incorporating Cadence digital and signoff solutions, including the Genus™ Synthesis Solution, Innovus™ Implementation System, Quantus™ QRC Extraction Solution, Tempus™ Timing Signoff Solution, Modus™ Test Solution and multiple Conformal® products
•Accelerate implementation of low-power physical designs with the Cadence System-to-GDSII flow
•Implement a highly power-efficient architecture for embedded devices using the complete Cadence low-power, multiple-power-domain flow using IEEE 1801 standard constraints

More information is available at http://www.cadence.com
 

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