Hardware and Software Design Emerges as the Key Success Factor in Supporting Nanotechnology Applications
The HW/SW Co-Design--User and Vendor Strategies report analyzes products/projects, vendor roles and strategies from the perspective of users in the automotive, telecommunications, smart card, and multimedia industries, as well as the government and military establishment.
Integrated hardware and software design technology is the key ingredient required to exploit the emerging nanotechnology in a range of applications. The report extracts successful implementations from a sea of ad hoc published information. It defines the business potency of HW/SW co-design--from major solutions to exploratory projects in this important space,
What Does This Report Answer? The big picture in the HW/SW co-design landscape Value propositions for HW/SW co-design Key HW/SW co-design issues Analysis of co-design methodology Business strategies of commercial tool vendors Trends and needs of design tool users Who Needs This Report? IDM Chip Vendors EDA Tools Vendors Systems OEMs Fabless Chip Firms Fortune 500 Companies Silicon Foundries Institutional Analysts/VCs Topics Covered 1.0 METHODOLOGY AND SCOPE 2.0 INTRODUCTION TO HW/SW CO-DESIGN 3.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 4.0 THE BIG PICTURE OF THE HW/SW CO-DESIGN LANDSCAPE 5. THREE DETAILED VIEWS OF THE HW/SW CO-DESIGN METHODOLOGY 6. VENDORS AND USERS OF HW/SW CO-DESIGN 7. REPRESENTATIVE SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION 8. ABOUT THE PETROV GROUP LIST OF FIGURES
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