For the development of a large-scale SoC, it is important to reduce not only the die area but also power consumption and implementation turnaround time. High-performance SoCs require clock tree and other implementation techniques, as well as a full complement of power integrity (PI), signal integrity (SI) and thermal solutions.
Toshiba provides you with cell libraries specifically optimized for your design to help reduce die area and power consumption.
Toshiba helps reduce area overhead and turnaround time (TAT) for timing closure by optimizing the sign-off conditions of a design according to its specification.
Our floorplan evaluation system provides an objective indication of your floorplan quality to eliminate the need for trial-and-error adjustment and thus prevent delays in a development project.
Drawing on extensive experience with implementation, Toshiba achieves a high-speed design using low-jitter PLLs, clock trees with a good balance of power and skew, and other techniques.
PI, SI and thermal issues become significant challenges in realizing high-performance SoCs. By using advanced modeling, simulation and analysis technologies, the results of PI, SI and thermal analyses are fed back to a design at an early stage in order to achieve working hardware.