SoC companies are faced with a challenge during the early stage of chip design to choose between DDR3 and DDR4, as
they are skeptic about their performance requirements. We, at Arastu, have developed a DDR3/4 DRAM Memory Single
Controller, which gives designers the flexibility to choose DRAM memories that fits best into their needs. The hardware for the controller is generated based on the parameters configured by the user. The design IP supports the industry standard AHB/AXI, however, can be customized as per customer’s requirement. It is optimized for ASIC and FPGA designs.
High-end computing applications requires Higher Performance keeping the Power and Latency intact. On customer demand, after successful implementation of LPDDR4 Memory Controller, Arastu Systems have developed a LPDDR3/4 DRAM Memory Controller in order to support wide range of application using the same design. The design IP supports the industry standard AHB/AXI, however, can be customized as per customer’s requirement. The controller is optimized for ASIC and FPGA designs.
Compute requirements are increasing rapidly in systems ranging from mobile devices to servers. These, often massively parallel architectures, put increasing requirements on memory bandwidth and latency. The memory system greatly impacts both system performance and power.
Memory controllers, which control the flow of data between CPU and memory, determine the response time of the requests made to memory and so play a critical role in assuring strong overall system performance.
A poorly designed memory controller can lead to inefficient use of the CPU memory interface, low utilization of the memory access bus, and large slowdowns in CPU performance in many applications. In contrast, a well-designed memory controller not only handles CPU memory requests efficiently, but can reorder them to exploit different degrees of parallelism available in modern DRAM systems, leading to a reduction in request latency and faster CPU performance. Furthermore, this improved sequence of memory accesses can lead to a reduction in energy used by the off-chip memory, which is often a significant fraction of overall system power.
Bearing in mind the market challenges, Arastu Systems offers,
Memory Interface is a critical part of the SoC. The power and performance demands will continue to increase, driving continued advances and evolution of the memory interfaces at the front to provide an enhanced experience. The designer community is confronted with challenges of delivering on these demands as the consumer market, and the mobile segment, in particular, continue to evolve. The increased complexity of SoC’s has led to a need for more advanced verification techniques to minimize the development risks.
Arastu Systems offers a comprehensive Low Power Verification Suite which is fully compliant to respective JEDEC standards and provides an effective & efficient way to verify the (LP)DDR components of an ASIC/FPGA or SoC.
Arastu’s comprehensive Low Power Verification Suite includes,
DDR3’s capability to bolster performance in system devices for a large number of applications have made it to be a widely accepted and established DRAM memory in the industry today. Considering the demand, we at Arastu, have developed a robust and flexible DDR3 DRAM Memory Controller IP and target to make the integration of DDR3 into your SoC a smooth one. The design IP supports the industry standard AHB/AXI, however, can be customized as per customer’s requirement. The controller is fully optimized for ASIC and FPGA designs.