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Arteris IP (AIP) share: why the price has jumped


  • The Arteris IP (NASDAQ: AIP) share price rose 12.62% in the last trading session. That’s why it happened.

The Arteris IP Stock Price (NASDAQ: AIP) – a leading provider of System-on-Chip (SoC) IP featuring Network-on-Chip (NoC) and IP deployment software that accelerates creation of SoC – rose 12.62% in the most recent trading session. Investors Respond positively to Company Announcement of Arteris Harmony Trace Design Data Intelligence Solution to Facilitate Compliance with Semiconductor Industry Functional Safety and Quality Standards, such as ISO 26262, IEC 61508 , ISO 9001 and IATF 16949.

Highlights of this announcement:

– Harmony Trace increases system quality and speeds up functional safety assessments by identifying and correcting traceability gaps between disparate systems.

– Harmony Trace is implemented as an enterprise level server application with a web user interface (UI).

– Harmony Trace is unique because it gives engineers the freedom to use the “best tool for the job” and automates the linking of requirements and artifacts.

For design teams with functional safety requirements or creating SoCs or complex systems, Arteris Harmony Trace increases system quality and the ability to achieve functional safety certifications. And by creating and maintaining traceability between disparate systems for requirements, specifications, EDA and hardware designs, software code and documentation, engineers will know immediately when a change is occurring and the effect of that change on d ‘other design artifacts and parts of the system.

Harmony Trace is implemented as an enterprise-level server application with a web-based user interface that interfaces with EDA, documentation, existing requirements, software engineering, and supporting systems. And unlike Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions which require engineers to use a single environment that is not best in class in any way, Arteris Harmony Trace creates a system of systems that allows visibility of requirements traceability throughout the SoC design flow and product lifecycle.


“Developing a complex SoC often involves a suite of disparate and disconnected tools, making it difficult to keep a record to trace design requirements and artifacts throughout the life of the product. But Arteris Harmony Trace alleviates these issues by connecting discrete silos so that users can track requirements, implementation, verification, and documentation inconsistencies in existing systems. This means that engineers can continue to use the best solutions and technologies such as EDA, IBM DOORS, Jama, Jira, DITA and IP-XACT tools while enjoying the benefits of automated traceability. Harmony Trace helps design teams meet the quality and change management requirements of functional safety standards such as ISO 26262 and IEC 61508.

– Mike Demler, Senior Analyst at The Linley Group

“The development of Arteris Harmony Trace was motivated by the needs of our customers to establish an automated traceability flow and to implement the best practices of change management between their requirements, specifications, EDA, code repository and tools. existing documentation. Harmony Trace allows our customers to use their existing tools and automatically link data to each other using its unique semantic computing technology specific to the semiconductor industry.

– K. Charles Janac, President and CEO of Arteris IP

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