Designer Challenges: Drivers for USB IP

What key project challenges drove your need for third-party USB IP?

Meet aggressive time-to-market window
75%
Reduce development cost
61%
Reduce project risk
60%
Enable design team to focus on differentiated portions of their design
49%
Achieve compliance to the USB standard specification(s)
46%
Availability of IP in target foundry process
45%
Ensure compatibility/interoperability with existing USB products in the market
40%
Meet performance, power and area targets
38%
Other
6%

Note: this is a multiple-choice question – response percentages may not add up to 100.

Source:
Survey of 121 users of Synopsys DesignWare IP

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Validated on Nov 13, 2012 | Respondent Details

Selected individual responses used in this chart:

Title Company Size Industry Response
Hardware Engineering Director Medium Enterprise Electronics
  • meeting an aggressive time-to-market window
  • availability of IP in target foundry process
  • reducing project risk
  • enabling the design team to focus on differentiated portions of their design
Engineer Medium Enterprise Computer Hardware
  • meeting an aggressive time-to-market window
  • meeting performance, power and area targets
  • availability of IP in target foundry process
  • reducing project risk
  • achieving compliance to the USB standard specification(s)
  • ensuring compatibility/interoperability with existing USB products in the market
  • enabling the design team to focus on differentiated portions of their design
Engineer Large Enterprise Electronics
  • meeting an aggressive time-to-market window
  • reducing development cost
  • meeting performance, power and area targets
  • reducing project risk
  • achieving compliance to the USB standard specification(s)
  • ensuring compatibility/interoperability with existing USB products in the market
Engineer Large Enterprise Electronics
  • meeting an aggressive time-to-market window
Engineer Global 500 Computer Hardware
  • reducing development cost
  • achieving compliance to the USB standard specification(s)
  • ensuring compatibility/interoperability with existing USB products in the market
Systems Architect Fortune 500 Computer Hardware
  • meeting an aggressive time-to-market window
  • meeting performance, power and area targets
  • availability of IP in target foundry process
  • achieving compliance to the USB standard specification(s)
  • ensuring compatibility/interoperability with existing USB products in the market
Design Engineer Medium Enterprise Consumer Products
  • meeting an aggressive time-to-market window
  • reducing development cost
  • reducing project risk
  • achieving compliance to the USB standard specification(s)
  • ensuring compatibility/interoperability with existing USB products in the market
  • enabling the design team to focus on differentiated portions of their design
Design Engineer Medium Enterprise Consumer Products
  • meeting an aggressive time-to-market window
  • meeting performance, power and area targets
  • reducing project risk
IT Manager Medium Enterprise Computer Hardware
  • meeting performance, power and area targets
  • availability of IP in target foundry process
  • enabling the design team to focus on differentiated portions of their design
Engineer Medium Enterprise Electronics
  • meeting an aggressive time-to-market window

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