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Safety standards in the ARM ecosystem

Safety is an increasingly important topic for system developers and there is an ever widening range of relevant safety standards that system developers need to be aware of. The increasing use of electronics in cars, medical equipment and the Internet of Things (IoT) has led to new safety standards and new demands on developers of hardware and software.

Batteries worldwide celebrate the arrival of the world's most energy friendly microcontrollers

The explosion in use of battery operated electronics is followed by the need for the battery to last longer for convenience, environmental and cost reasons. At the same time, applications become more and more complex and demand higher performance of the microcontroller, making the challenge of designing systems for low power even more difficult. This white paper looks at Energy Micro's EFM32 microcontroller family, which it says has an energy consumption many times lower than any other microcontroller family today, whether you benchmark with leading 8, 16 or 32 bit microcontrollers.

System Verilog & OVM: Mitigating verification challenges and maximising resusability

This white paper from Applied Micro looks at the challenge of verification – a nightmare for engineers with the increasing requirements and complexity of the design – and mitigating the complexity of a verification environment with the increasing complexity of design verification. System Verilog, along with its library of classes – OVM, provides a platform to face this challenge.

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