Co-Development Means Faster Time-to-Market with Better ASIC

Co-development is the simultaneous development of hardware and the software that runs on an ASIC device. It includes the creation of the architecture and specifications together, concurrent design of hardware and software, and execution of software on the target hardware in simulation. While co-development entails changes from the traditional methods of developing systems, it offers a number of benefits. This article discusses new development methodologies as well as the benefits.

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