Toshiba is using Arteris FlexNoC IP as the backbone interconnect within their latest shipping digital TV systems-on-chip (SoCs).
“We were able to meet all functional, performance, area and frequency requirements without suffering any backend layout or timing issues. Using FlexNoC IP was key to our team’s success.” Yasunori Maki, Senior Manager, Lifestyle Solutions Development Center, Toshiba Corporation
Arteris claims "Toshiba’s use of Arteris FlexNoC allowed them to finish their project in record time, shortening their development time from project inception to tape-out."
“Using the built-in FlexExplorer simulation capabilities, we were able to try many candidate architectures and configurations in very short turn-around-times. This enabled us to quickly optimize our SoC by implementing FlexNoC’s many advanced features,” said Mr. Yasunori Maki, Senior Manager of the Lifestyle Solutions Development Center at Toshiba Corporation. “We were able to meet all functional, performance, area and frequency requirements without suffering any backend layout or timing issues. Using FlexNoC IP was key to our team’s success.”
“Toshiba’s experience is proof that using Arteris FlexNoC interconnect IP helps avoid layout and timing issues later in the semiconductor design flow,” said K. Charles Janac, President and CEO of Arteris. “We are proud to have contributed to the quick implementation of some of the world’s most advanced digital TV SoCs.”