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Automation blues - Designers of large system-on-chip products are keen to automate the process of pulling together the many cores that go into them, but the work has exposed fault lines between the chipmaking companies and the tools vendors that would hope to profit from the move

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Designers of large system-on-chip products are keen to automate the process of pulling together the many cores that go into them, but the work has exposed fault lines between the chipmaking companies and the tools vendors that would hope to profit from the move

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Electronics Systems and Software  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 1 )