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Talk "Low Power" With The Experts

Comments(1)Filed under: Digital Implementation, Low-Power , verification, Logic Design, Digital Implementation forums, encounter, Power-Efficient Design, Encounter Digital Implementation, 8.1, low power, Encounter Digital Implementation System 8.1

I am very excited about an event that Cadence low-power R&D and technical experts are hosting in Europe and eventually in other regions. The nice part about this is that it allows for informal discussions between engineers. I recently sat down with one of the presenters to find out what these events are all about.  

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Bring your low power design issues and talk to individuals in R&D. Share your thoughts, give comments, and network with other highly technical individuals. You never know, you might be able to resolve your issues right there and then. Visit the link below for more information. https://www.secure-register.net/cadence/special_events 

I also encourage you to come back to this blog after you attend one of the tech talks and share your comments with us. I am curious to know.


By Sakthivel.R on April 9, 2009
sir i am a Ph.D student in VIT University, started my researches in the Area of LOW POWER IC DESIGN can you help me by letting me know the different FORUM and Tech Talks / Workshop organised by CADENCE in the area od LOW POWER DESIGN

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