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Unveiling Innovations for Digital Design

Dr. Aart de Geus describes the dynamics that are driving the need for the fusion of synthesis and place-and-route technologies to achieve best PPA and predictable design closure, enabling the ...

Design Compiler NXT

Learn about how Design Compiler NXT delivers faster, better quality of results and is advanced node ready synthesis.

Fusion Compiler Single Design Cockpit on the Fusion Data Model

Learn about the benefits of Fusion Compiler built on a compact, single data model that enables seamless sharing of technology and engines for comprehensive design closure.

Fusion Compiler Complete RTL-to-GDSII System with Integrated Signoff-quality ...

Learn about how Fusion Compiler's integrated signoff-quality engines enables designers to achieve the highest performance, lowest power and area on their SoC designs.

Unified Physical Synthesis in Fusion Compiler

Transforming how designers go from RTL to placement in a single design cockpit.

Introducing Fusion Compiler

The first RTL-to-GDSII, synthesis and place-and-route solution, enabling highly-convergent and predictable digital implementation.

Introducing the Next Evolution of Synopsys' Digital Toolset

Announcing a new era in digital implementation with Fusion Compiler and Design Compiler NXT at the center of the next generation of Synopsys digital design.

Fusion Design Platform

Introducing the latest full-flow RTL-to-GDSII platform solution from Synopsys. Built using market leading point tools and unique Fusion Technologies.

Changing the Design Flow

The rationale for fusing together various pieces of digital design.

Innovation Through Technology Leadership and Partnership-Oriented DNA

The most advanced volume production nodes are 12/10 nanometers, while 8/7 nanometers, both immersion lithography and EUV, are in final stages of development, and will move into volume production soon.