Mentor Graphics Corporation today announced the acquisition of XS Embedded GmbH (XSe), a technology leader in the creation of automotive system architectures and hardware reference platforms.
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July 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Mentor Graphics Corporation(NASDAQ: MENT) today announced the acquisition of XS Embedded GmbH(XSe), a technology leader in the creation of automotive system architectures and hardware reference platforms.
The hardware reference platforms are based on TI's OMAP application processors and TI's industry leading 2.
Imagination will be demonstrating Caustic Visualizer's highly interactive full-frame performance on the new PowerVR low-power ray tracing hardware reference platform.
Using EBV Elektronik's FalconEye FPGA system with a brushless motor to deliver a flexible hardware reference platform that significantly reduces development time
The SSL software and flow processors are available now and Netronome production-ready hardware reference platforms are available directly and through its ecosystem.
Altera Corporation today introduced the industry's first two FPGA-based hardware reference platforms for use with DDR2 SDRAMs, QDRII SRAMs and RLDRAM II memory devices.
Ambric's acceleration hardware reference platform with MainConcept encoder engines has already been integrated into advanced, high-definition video-processing products and software from Ambric's OEM customers Pyro AV and Sorenson Media.