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The CAST UDPIP core implements a UDP/IP hardware protocol stack that enables high-speed communication over an Ethernet Link. Besides the UDP and IPv4, there are also additional protocols implemented in the core (ARP/ICMP/IGMP/DHCP). The UDPIP core...
In this column, security and real-time performance are indispensable for networks required in the IoT era. As one solution, we will introduce TSN, which is a new network standard that gives Ethernet real-time performance. (In Japanese, with link to...
We recently had the pleasure of celebrating CAST’s twenty-fifth year in operation. We've been focused on reusable silicon intellectual property through this whole period, though the terminology and certainly the industry has changed over time: we...
This presentation given at the REUSE 2017 conference describes how reliable silicon and software IP with the right features is key for the timely design of today's complex automotive electronics.
The term Internet of Things is the most over used phrase of the last few years so designers of IP and electronic systems refocus on customer needs and long term benefits.
A negligible delay from video capture to display—the “glass-to-glass” latency—is critical for many video streaming applications, from advanced driver assistant systems (ADAS) and unmanned vehicles to video conferencing and broadcasting.
The next phase of the IoT is about to start and what most distinguishes it from the first is clever design and using the right IP.